periovarian

periovarian

around the ovary, e.g. periovarian adhesions.
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The potential role of periovarian fat and leptin in initiation of puberty in the immature rat.
Spillage of fluid through fimbrial end in ultrasound colour Doppler, presence of fluid in periovarian region and Pouch of Douglas indicates the patency of the tube.
After dissection and removal of gastrocnemius and soleus muscles, adipose pads concerning periovarian and retroperitoneal fat were weighed on an analytical balance (Marte/AD500).
The TPFI laparoscopic picture has shown available significant changes to the morphology of the uterus and appendages; the major among them is an available obstruction of the uterus tubes and periovarian adhesions.
However, free yolk was limited to the periovarian region at surgery, yet the fat necrosis was widespread throughout the coelom.
Intrinsic inflammations of ovary are uncommon, and usually periovarian inflammations are secondary to involvement of adjacent tube.
Peritubal or periovarian adhesions may also account for 20 - 40% of cases of female infertility and following adhesiolysis; up to 63 % of these patients may conceive successfully (diZerregga 2002).
Japanese researchers have demonstrated that periovarian adhesions interfere with diffusion of gonadotropins into the follicular fluid during IVF treatment, affecting both the follicular human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) concentration and the ratio between follicular hCG and serum hCG concentration (Hum.
On diagnostic laparoscopy on tubal evaluation, in primary infertility group, normal tubes with bilateral patency were seen in 20 (40%) cases, peritubal and periovarian adhesions were seen in 16 (32%) cases (5 B/L patency, 8 B/L blockade and 3 U/L blockade), unilateral hydrosalpinx in 5 (10%) (1 B/L patency, 3 B/L blockade, 2 U/L blockade), bilateral hydrosalpinx in 7 (14%) (1 B/L patency, 4 B/L blockade, 2 U/L blockade) and 2 (4%) had thick, pipe like tube.
Similar neoplastic cells were seen in the right kidney, hepatic sinusoids, splenic pulp, periovarian connective tissue, and bone marrow.
Tubal occlusion, peritubal and periovarian adhesions are responsible for inhibition of ovum pickup and transport.