salpingoscopy

sal·pin·gos·co·py

(sal'ping-gos'kŏ-pē),
Visualization of the intraluminal portion of the uterine tubes, usually by radiograph or with an endoscope.
[salpingo- + G. skopeō, to view]

salpingoscopy

Gynecology A method for evaluating uterotubal pathology, in which a fiberoptic endoscope–salpingoscope is inserted through the cervical canal and the uterus and fallopian tubes are visualized directly. Cf Electronic fluorography, Hysterosalpingography.

salpingoscopy

(săl″pĭng-gŏs-kŭ-pē)
Microendoscopic examination of the inside of the fallopian tubes, e.g., to diagnose or treat obstruction, adhesions, or other diseases and conditions.
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Correlation between the American Fertility Society classification of adnexal adhesions and distal tubal occlusion, salpingoscopy, and reproductive outcome in tubal surgery.
In the days of modern gynecology, salpingoscopy and falloscopy via hysteroscope are the alternatives available for assessment of tubal patency.
Gordts explained that TVL can evaluate both the inside and outside of a patient's reproductive organs and can evaluate adhesions and endometriosis by incorporating hysteroscopy, transvaginal hydrolaparoscopy, salpingoscopy, and tubal patency testing.
There are two types of laparoscopy salpingectomy and salpingoscopy.
The procedure is designed to provide a thorough evaluation of reproductive structures and the posterior pelvis, including tubal assessment, through a combination of transvaginal hydropelviscopy; chromopertubation; salpingoscopy; microsalpingoscopy, when appropriate; and hysteroscopy.