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salpingitis

 [sal″pin-ji´tis]
1. inflammation of a fallopian tube.
2. inflammation of the eustachian tube.
Salpingitis. Infection in fallopian tubes causes them to become enlarged, hyperemic, and tender. McKinney et al., 2000.
mural salpingitis (parenchymatous salpingitis) pachysalpingitis.

sal·pin·gi·tis

(sal'pin-jī'tis),
1. Inflammation of the uterine tube.
2. Inflammation of the pharyngotympanic tube.
[salping- + G. -itis, inflammation]

salpingitis

/sal·pin·gi·tis/ (sal″pin-ji´tis) inflammation of an auditory or a uterine tube.salpingit´ic

salpingitis

(săl′pĭn-jī′tĭs)
n.
Inflammation of the fallopian or eustachian tube.

salpingitis

[sal′pinjī′tis]
Etymology: Gk, salpinx + itis, inflammation
1 an inflammation or infection of the fallopian tube. See also pelvic inflammatory disease.
2 inflammation of the eustachian tube.

salpingitis

ENT
An obsolete term for inflammatiooccidianustachian tube.
 
Gynaecology
(1) Inflammation of the fallopian tube.
(2) Pelvic inflammatory disease.

sal·pin·gi·tis

(sal'pin-jī'tis)
Inflammation of the uterine or the auditory tube.
[salping- + G. -itis, inflammation]

salpingitis

Inflammation of a FALLOPIAN TUBE, usually as a result of infection that has spread from the vagina or womb (uterus). Salpingitis may be caused by chlamydial infection, GONORRHOEA or an infection acquired after childbirth.

Salpingitis

Inflammation of the fallopian tube.
Mentioned in: Ectopic Pregnancy

salpingitis

1. inflammation of a uterine tube.
2. inflammation of the eustachian tube.

mural salpingitis
pachysalpingitis.
parenchymatous salpingitis
pachysalpingitis.
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08% Peritoneal findings Number of patients Percentage Loculated spill 6 24% Nodules (as filling defect in spilled contrast) 1 4% Calcification 0 0 Ovarian enlargement 4 16% Prominent parametrial vessels 1 4% Free fluid in pouch of duglas 1 4% (1): suggestive of salpingitis Table 2.
Natural case of salpingitis apparently caused by Mycoplasma gallisepticum in chickens.
Another study in which 87 consecutive women underwent microlaparoscopic evaluation for chronic pelvic pain similarly found that microlaparoscopy provides comparable efficacy for diagnosing endometriosis and evaluating for the presence of occlusive salpingitis isthmica nodosa.
2,3 It detects congenital tubal anomalies, tubal occlusion, salpingitis isthmica nodosum, polyps, hydrosalpinx, and peritubal disease.
The pathogenic lineages for birds are named Avian Pathogenic Escherichia coli (2), responsible for infections characterized by signs of septicemia, peritonitis, pneumonia, aerossaculitis, pericarditis, onfalitis and salpingitis.
egenitctlium and urethritis, cervicitis, endometritis, salpingitis and Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) has also been shown in women (8-10).
Salpingitis (See pelvic inflammatory disease above.
The sequelae of PID that are responsible for infertility include chronic interstitial salpingitis, hydrosalpinx, salpingitis isthmica nodosa, and periadnexal adhesions.
1) Studies have demonstrated more prolonged hospitalisation among seropositive women with acute salpingitis.
Systemic enzyme therapy in the treatment of chronic salpingitis and infertility.
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is an infection of the upper genital tract in women that can include endometritis, parametritis, salpingitis, oophoritis, tubo-ovarian abscess, and peritonitis.
Disease control 45 17(38) a) Pyelonephritis 5 02(40) b) Cystitis 6 03(50) c) Prostatitis 4 01(25) d) Salpingitis 6 03(50) e) T-O mass 8 03(38) f) D.