hydrotubation

hydrotubation

 [hi″dro-too-ba´shun]
introduction of saline solution into the fallopian tube; saline solution containing dye is used in determining patency of the tube, and saline solution containing hydrocortisone followed by chymotrypsin is used in maintaining patency after salpingostomy.

hy·dro·tu·ba·tion

(hī'drō-tū-bā'shŭn),
Injection of a liquid medication or saline solution through the cervix into the uterine cavity and fallopian tubes for dilation and/or treatment of the tubes.

hydrotubation

/hy·dro·tu·ba·tion/ (hi″dro-too-ba´shun) introduction into the uterine tube of hydrocortisone in saline solution followed by chymotrypsin in saline solution to maintain its patency.

hy·dro·tu·ba·tion

(hī'drō-tū-bā'shŭn)
Injection of a liquid medication or saline solution through the cervix into the uterine cavity and uterine tubes for dilation or treatment of the tubes.
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Surgery always has the possibility of adhesions (where one structure sticks to another, Hydrotubation is the only non--surgical method that was popular.
This finding is in line with the findings of George et al, Elizur & Tulandi, Adesiyun et al, Ben et al, ESHRE and deMouzon et al all of who asserted that taking multivitamins, fertility drugs, hormonal therapy, hydrotubation, myomectomy and in vitro fertilization (IVF) as the solutions to infertility respectively (16,17,18,20,21,22).
Finding a normal cavity and bilateral fill and spill of contrast is reassuring, but where there is doubt hysterosalpingography or a laparoscopy and dye hydrotubation test should be done (Course notes 2009).