hydrosalpinx

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hydrosalpinx

 [hi″dro-sal´pinks]
accumulation of watery fluid in a fallopian tube.

hy·dro·sal·pinx

(hī'drō-sal'pinks),
Accumulation of serous fluid in the fallopian tube, often an end result of pyosalpinx.
Synonym(s): hydrops tubae
[hydro- + G. salpinx, trumpet]

hydrosalpinx

Gynecology A fluid-filled, dilated fallopian tube/oviduct, which is closed at the fimbriated end, thereby precluding successful pregnancy; hydrosalpinx is typically an end-stage of gonorrhea, which follows resolution of the infection

hy·dro·sal·pinx

(hī'drō-sal'pingks)
Accumulation of serous fluid in the uterine tube, often an end result of pyosalpinx.
[hydro- + G. salpinx, trumpet]