mesosalpinx


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mesosalpinx

 [mez″o-sal´pinks]
the part of the broad ligament above the mesovarium, investing the fallopian tube.

mes·o·sal·pinx

(mez'ō-sal'pinks), [TA]
The part of the broad ligament investing the uterine (fallopian) tube.
[meso- + G. salpinx, trumpet]

mes·o·sal·pinx

(mez'ō-sal'pingks) [TA]
The part of the broad ligament investing the uterine (fallopian) tube.
[meso- + G. salpinx, trumpet]

Mesosalpinx

a ligament connected to the fallopian tube
Mentioned in: Ovarian Torsion
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The authors described their surgical technique, which included division of the mesosalpinx followed by transection of the fallopian tube about 0.5 to 1 cm distal to the cornua.
One study reported strong positivity with CD10 in the mesosalpinx of a woman with vHLD, while the 4 epididymal cases were negative [6].
Local anesthetic infiltration for postoperative pain relief after laparoscopy: a qualitative and quantitative systematic review of intraperitoneal, port-site infiltration and mesosalpinx block.
Similarly, immunohistochemistry helps in differentiating FATWO, a rare tumor arising in the broad ligament, mesosalpinx, and ovary, (58) from the low-grade endometrioid adenocarcinoma variant of the fallopian tube.
El lugar de implantacion mas comun, en el 55 % de los casos, es el fondo de saco posterior, seguido del mesosalpinx, el epiplon y el peritoneo de las paredes abdominal o pelvica (3).
compared 4 groups of women undergoing laparoscopic tubal sterilization (n= 200) in which the mesosalpinx was infiltrated with (Group 1) lidocaine (Group 2) bupivacaine (Group 3) normal saline solution and (Group 4) no infiltration.
(4,5) In addition to analgesics, local anaesthetics such as lignocaine and bupivacaine have been applied topically as solutions, (6) injected into the mesosalpinx (7) and instilled cervically into the fallopian tubes.
Se disecciono el mesosalpinx para eliminar la forma tortuosa del oviducto y facilitar el lavado.
Although the exact prevalence varies between different patient populations, its prevalence is estimated to be about 10%.[sup.3] Endometriosis-associated neoplasms will develop in 0.5% to 1% of women with endometriosis.[sup.4,5] Extra-gonadal tissues are involved in 25% to 37% of these neoplasms,[sup.4,6] including vagina, fallopian tube or mesosalpinx, pelvic sidewall, colon and para-metrium.[sup.6] Extra-gonadal disease is commonly associated with unopposed estrogen replacement therapy.[sup.6,7]
For oviductal cell co-cultures, oviductal tissue that remained attached to ovaries at collection was dissected free of surrounding mesosalpinx, washed four times in DPBS and opened with fine scissors to expose the lumen.
The oviducts are supported by the middle section known as the mesosalpinx (referring to the "trumpet-shaped" oviduct).
En la cabra, el ovario esta irrigado por la rama ovarica de la arteria utero-ovarica, dando dos a tres ramas que se distribuyen en el ovario, el liga mento ancho y el mesosalpinx [18].