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.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

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.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

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.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Clinical application of hysteroscopic hydrotubation for unexplained infertility in the mare.
Finally, the patient received the surgery of laparoscopic lysis of pelvic adhesions, hydrotubation, hysteroscopic resection of uterine septate, and resection of vaginal septate.
The affected fallopian tube was treated with the conventional hydrotubation, so as to eliminate the inflammation and avoid the re-adhesion.
Tubal patency was then assessed by hydrotubation through a canula introduced into the uterine cavity.
This goes from observation to laparotomy, gaseous insufflation, hydrotubation, microsurgery and more recently laparoscopic surgery (18).
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).
Expectant management and hydrotubation in the treatment of endometriosis associated infertility.
In 1988 Davison & Leeton (3) created an artificial pelvic ascites by infusing Hartmann"s solution into the peritoneal cavity of an infertile patient & this was supplemented with hydrotubation under vaginal sonography.
In a study of sonographic hydrotubation by F.F..Mitri et al, (6) sonographic findings were similar to HSG findings in 82% with regard to uterine assessment and 72 % with regard to tubal findings SHSG provided additional information not obtained from HSG.
(13.) Adelusi B et al Accuracy of hysterosalpingography and laproscopic hydrotubation in diagnosis of tubal patency.