salpingography

salpingography

 [sal″ping-gog´rah-fe]
radiography of the fallopian tubes after intrauterine injection of a radiopaque medium.

sal·pin·gog·ra·phy

(sal'ping-gog'ră-fē),
Radiography of the uterine tubes after the injection of radiopaque contrast medium.
[salpingo- + G. graphō, to write]

sal·pin·gog·ra·phy

(sal'ping-gog'ră-fē)
Radiography of the uterine tubes after the injection of radiopaque contrast medium.
[salpingo- + G. graphō, to write]
References in periodicals archive ?
Donuru, "Selective salpingography and fallopian tube catheterisation by guidewire," Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, vol.
Girling et al., "Long-term fertility prognosis following selective salpingography and tubal catheterization in women with proximal tubal blockage," Human Reproduction, vol.
They were confirmed by clinical practice and salpingography. The patients were randomly divided into the experimental group and control group, with 58 cases in each group.
Kable, "A randomized, prospective, controlled study of laparoscopic dye studies and selective salpingography as diagnostic tests of fallopian tube patency," Fertility and Sterility, vol.
The treatment, known as salpingography and tubal catheterisation, involves using a catheter to inject a solution into the fallopian tubes to flush out, which is visible under X-ray.
Infertility in women: diagnostic evaluation with hystero salpingography and other imaging techniques.
Selective salpingography or hysteroscopic tubal recanalization can help confirm the diagnosis of true proximal tubal occlusion.
Selective salpingography has been introduced at Heartlands Hospital as a minor outpatient operation which can treat proximally blocked fallopian tubes.
"I insert a double-balloon catheter for HSG, and after that I introduce a selective salpingography catheter to reconfirm the diagnosis of proximal tubal occlusion.
You can have a salpingography - that's an X-Ray of your tubes - or a laparoscopy, where a surgeon looks directly at your pelvic organs through a fibre-optic tube.
In 1989, Drazen et al (4) using sonographic salpingography in 14 infertile subjects reported mixed results and they opined that HSG was still a routine procedure.