salpingoneostomy

sal·pin·go·ne·os·to·my

(sal-ping'ō-nē-os'tŏ-mē),
Surgical reopening of a uterine tube clubbed because of fimbrial adhesions.
[salpingo- + neostomy]

sal·pin·go·ne·os·to·my

(sal-ping'gō-nē-os'tŏ-mē)
Surgical reopening of a uterine tube clubbed because of fimbrial adhesions.
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As shown in Table 3, the pregnancy outcome was significantly high after fimbrioplasty (fimbriolysis and fimbrioovariolysis) procedures more than those after proximal tubolysis and isolated ovariolysis, while it came lowest after salpingoneostomy procedure.
Tubo-ovarian movement is important for ovum pick-up, and so laparoscopic fimbriolysis and fimbrio-ovariolysis had shown the highest pregnancy outcome, while salpingoneostomy had shown significantly lower pregnancy outcome, as fimbrial amalgamation and block would not be improved after simple neosalpingostomy.
Moreover, the only 2 ectopic pregnancies developed after laparoscopic adhesiolysis were after both proximal tubolysis and salpingoneostomy, as the first procedure is associated with the normal tubal peristaltic movements and the second is associated with impaired normal cilia cells of the tubal mucosa, and both would increase the incidence of ectopic pregnancy.