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fal·lo·pi·an

(fă-lō'pē-ăn),
Described by or attributed to Fallopius.

fal·lo·pi·an

(fă-lō'pē-ăn)
Described by or attributed to Gabriele Fallopio (1523-1562); usually referring to the uterine tube.
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The egg settles in the fallopian tube in more than 95% of ectopic pregnancies.
During the operation, however, apart from her fallopian tubes, her two ovaries were also removed, without her being informed beforehand and without [doctors] seeking her consent," said Nicolaou's report.
Your doctor is correct in saying you should be able to conceive, even with only one fallopian tube, but your chances of doing this without help are reduced.
Research has shown that about 85 per cent of fallopian tubes blocked like this way could be cleared successfully using this method and, if there are no other causes of infertility, many women go on to conceive naturally.
Quinacrine-induced occlusion of the fallopian tubes is an appealing option for use in developing countries because of its low cost.
I still had one fully operating fallopian tube in tact but medical advances nowadays mean that even if both fallopian tubes are damaged there are still other options open such as IVF.
Further, OCs can cause an embryo to implant in the fallopian tube, which almost invariably results in the death of the embryo, and sometimes the death of the mother.
Zygote intrafallopian transfer (ZIFT): Similar to GIFT, except the egg is fertilized in a petri dish and then inserted into the fallopian tube as a zygote (i.
An Overview of Pipeline Products for Fallopian Tube Cancer
Dr Tahseen mistook a cyst for the pregnancy and cut out the right-hand fallopian tube.
Washington, July 3 ( ANI ): Cigarette smoking reduces the production of a Fallopian tube gene known as "BAD," increasing the risk of ectopic pregnancy, a new study has warned.
Studies show that ovarian cancer can originate in the fallopian tubes.