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sal·pinx

 (săl′pĭngks)
n. pl. sal·pin·ges (săl-pĭn′jēz)
1. The fallopian tube.
2. The eustachian tube.

[New Latin, from Greek salpinx, trumpet.]

sal·pin′gi·an (-pĭn′jē-ən, -jən) adj.

salpinx

(ˈsælpɪŋks)
n, pl salpinges (sælˈpɪndʒiːz)
(Anatomy) anatomy another name for Fallopian tube, Eustachian tube
[C19: from Greek: trumpet]
salpingian adj

sal•pinx

(ˈsæl pɪŋks)

n., pl. sal•pin•ges (sælˈpɪn dʒiz)
Anat.
a trumpet-shaped tube, as a fallopian or Eustachian tube.
[1835–45; < Greek sálpinx trumpet]
sal•pin′gi•an (-ˈpɪn dʒi ən) adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.salpinx - a tube in the uterus or the ear
tube-shaped structure, tube - (anatomy) any hollow cylindrical body structure
auditory tube, Eustachian tube - either of the paired tubes connecting the middle ears to the nasopharynx; equalizes air pressure on the two sides of the eardrum
Fallopian tube, oviduct, uterine tube - either of a pair of tubes conducting the egg from the ovary to the uterus
Translations

sal·pinx

n., Gr. trompa, estructura similar a la trompa de Eustaquio o a la trompa de Falopio.
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Considerando a tematica belica, evocada pela corrida de hoplitas, talvez se apresentasse mais coerente, aos olhos dos atenienses, o acompanhamento musical com a salpinx, que era usada com mais frequencia para ritmar as falanges hopliticas aticas (diferentemente das falanges espartanas, junto as quais prevalecia o aulos) (Thuc.
After the introduction of the optic trocar, right salpinx presented with ectasia (hydrosalpinx), attached to the intestinal loops.
This can range anywhere from natural, age-related slowing of egg laying to bacterial salpingitis with coelomitis and neoplastic conditions of the salpinx and ovary.
Ectopic pregnancy (EP) is seen more frequently with an overall frequency of 20/1000, and mostly located in the salpinx. Despite the rarity and different clinical spectrum of the diseases, it may be seen together as a very rare entity, which has been reported with a incidence of one per million pregnancies (1).
Tubal lesions cases % 1 Normal 360 58.06 2 Abnormal 260 41.93 3 A) Acute salpingitis 80 12.93 B) Chronic salpingitis 30 4.84 C) salpingitis isthmica nodosa 3 0.48 D) Chronic non-specific salpingitis 65 10.48 E) Tuberculous 6 0.96 F) Others suture granuloma 04 0.64 4 Hydrosalpinx 40 6.45 5 Pyosalpinx 04 0.64 6 Hemato salpinx 04 0.64 7 Ectopic Pregnancy 18 2.90 8 Endometriosis 02 0.32 9 Torsion of the tube 02 0.32 10 Benign -- -- 11 Malignant Primary 02 0.32 Malignant Secondary -- -- Table 3 Sl.
In 86 (43.7%) patients, an EP mass was observed in the right salpinx, in 65 (33%) in the left salpinx, and in 6 (3%) in the cornual region, and in 3 patients (1.5%) who were detected with ovarian, 3 patients (1.5%) with cervical, and 2 patients (1%) with caesarian scar ectopic pregnancy.
Wind instruments were mainly three, the Aulos, Syrinx, and Salpinx. Some of these instruments were unique, while in others we can see the primordial forms of our own modern ones.
Wind instruments were mainly three, the Aulos, Syrinx, and Salpinx. Some of these instruments were unique while in others we can see the primordial forms of our own modern ones.
MR imaging findings include hemato salpinx, enhancement of a fallopian tube wall, a gestation sac-like cystic structure, bloody ascites and frequently surrounding acute hematoma of distinct low intensity on T2-weighted images.
State Pathologist Eleni Antoniou explained that that she had suffered, "a rupture of the salpinx, or fallopian tube" and that such events "are extremely rare, affecting one in 15,000 pregnant women."
That legend began on the paternal side with a tall bay son of Irish River and the Northern Dancer mare Salpinx, a three-parts sister to Classic winner and outstanding miler L'Emigrant.