fimbriated


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fim·bri·ate

, fimbriated (fim'brē-āt, -ā-ted),
Having fimbriae.

fimbriated

/fim·bri·at·ed/ (fim´bre-āt″ed) fringed.

fimbriated

[fim′brē·ā′tid]
Etymology: L, fimbria, a fringe
having fimbria, or the fringelike projection of the ovaries or the nerve fibers along the border of the hippocampus.

fim·bri·ate

, fimbriated (fim'brē-āt, -ā-tĕd)
Having fimbriae.

fimbriated

Fringed with finger-like processes, as at the open end of the FALLOPIAN TUBE.

fimbriated

fringed; bordered by slender processes.
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Originally developed by the Division of Women's and Perinatal Pathology, Brigham and Women's Hospital, the "sectioning and extensively examining the fimbriated end (SEE-FIM)" protocol is an easy means of standardizing grossing procedure (Figure 1; Table).
3) Removal of the fallopian tubes is a critically important aspect of the rrBSO procedure for these women at high risk because we are learning that many serous cancers labeled "ovarian" appear to begin in the fimbriated portion of the fallopian tube.
Alvarado-Cabrero I, Navana SS, Young RH, et al Tumours of the fimbriated end of the fallopian tube: a clinicopathologic analysis of 20 cases, including nine carcinomas.
is inserted through the fimbriated end of the distal tubal segment; it exits through the newly opened proximal lumen of this distal segment and enters the newly created opening of the proximal tubal segment.
Have you ever noticed that the fallopian tubes, especially the fimbriated ends, always get caught in your suction when you don't want them to?
If the fimbriated end of the tube becomes blocked, acute pyosalpinx can result.
When a moderate to large amount of fluid is present with an ectopic pregnancy, half of the patients will experience leakage of the blood from the fimbriated end of the fallopian tube, preventing tubal rupture.