fimbrioplasty

fim·bri·o·plas·ty

(fim'brē-ō-plas'tē),
Corrective operation on the tubal fimbriae.
[L. fimbria, fringe, + G. plastos, formed]

fimbrioplasty

(fim′brē-ŏ-plas″tē) [ fimbria + -plasty]
Surgical treatment of diseases of the fimbriae of the fallopian tubes.
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As shown in Table 3, the pregnancy outcome was significantly high after fimbrioplasty (fimbriolysis and fimbrioovariolysis) procedures more than those after proximal tubolysis and isolated ovariolysis, while it came lowest after salpingoneostomy procedure.
Mimboe et al., "Laparoscopic fimbrioplasty and neosalpingostomy in female infertility: a review of 402 cases at the gynecological endoscopic surgery and human reproductive teaching hospital in Yaounde-Cameroon," Journal of Reproduction & Infertility, vol.
Among 100 patients, 32 had tubal block and amongst them 24 (75%) cases have shown positive dye test after the appropriate interventions like repeated chromotubation test, fimbrial cannulation, fimbrioplasty, 5 cases were associated with adnexal adhesions, endometriosis grade 3-4 with bowel adhesions.
Hysterolaparoscopy has a therapeutic role for application in the same sitting, enabling ovarian drilling, tubal cannulation, fimbrioplasty, adhesiolysis, Uterine septal resection, excision of chocolate cysts, cauterisation of endometrial spots, etc.
Positive Dye Test in Tubal Block after Repeated Chromotubation, Fimbrioplasty, Fallopian Tubal Cannulation Procedure Primary Secondary Total Number Infertility Infertility of Patients Repeated chromotubation 5 6 11 Fimbrial cannulation 3 7 10 Fimbrioplasty 1 2 3 Total number of patients 9 15 24
The aim of this study was to evaluate the fertility outcome of laparoscopic fimbrioplasty and neosalpingostomy in female infertility from 402 cases at the Gynecological Endoscopic Surgery and Human Reproductive Teaching Hospital in Yaounde--Cameroon in Central Africa.
Laparoscopic fimbrioplasty and neosalpingostomy were done using bipolar electrocoagulation and conventional endoscopic instruments.
The occurrence of pregnancy after laparoscopic fimbrioplasty and neosalpingostomy: The laparoscopic tubal surgery done included fimbrioplasty in 185(46%) cases and neosalpingostomy in 217 (54%) cases.
There were three cases of coexisting hydrosalpinx, therefore unilateral salpingectomy was performed in two cases and bilateral fimbrioplasty was performed in one case.
Fimbrioplasty in 85 patients produced the highest pregnancy rate, 54%, and the highest cumulative conception rate, 74%, in the five groups studied.
Surgical interventions were also performed which include adhesiolysis, fimbrioplasty, tubal cannulation, Ovarian drilling, fulguration of endometriotic lesions, cyst excision, hysteroscopic polypectomy and endometrial curettage.
21 infertile couples conceived - 6 with normal findings on laparohysteroscopy, 5 with laparoscopic ovarian drilling, 4 on anti-tubercular treatment, 2 with proximal tubal cannulation, 2 with fimbrioplasty, 1 with lysis of intra-uterine adhesions followed by Cu-T insertion and hormonal pills for endometrial development and 1 with peritoneal adhesiolysis.