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tu·bal

(tū'băl),
Relating to a tube, especially the uterine tube.

tubal

/tu·bal/ (too´b'l) pertaining to or occurring in a tube.

tubal

(to͞o′bəl, tyo͞o′-)
adj.
Of, relating to, or occurring in a tube, such as the fallopian tube or the eustachian tube.

tu·bal

(tū'băl)
Relating to a tube, especially the uterine tube.
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Given the extensive support for tubal origin of HGSC, investigators have recently used advanced technologies to characterize the molecular relationship between STIC and HGSC in detail.
Outcomes of tubal EP include tubal rupture, tubal abortion or resolution.
Tubal patency in the followup period after treatment can be assessed by hysterosalpingography.
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We used the chi-square test and the Student test to compare the different variables and the log-rank test to compare cumulative rate curves of intrauterine pregnancy with respect to the tubal stages.
6,7) There has been an increase in the number of published case report of bilateral tubal pregnancies following the use of induction ovulation, but spontaneous bilateral unruptured tubal pregnancy remains a rare event.
2% of tubal ligation patients, required a reoperation within a year, yielding an odds ratio for Essure of 10.
Remaining 870 womenwere divided into two groups: group A, women who had undergone tubal ligation in the past; and group B, women without tubal ligation.
Results: Forty seven percent of patients presented with menorrhagia 28% presented with metrorrhagia 13% patients were having complaints of polymenorrhoea and 5% patients presented with dysmenorrhea and 7% had oligomenorrhoea after tubal ligation.
To evaluate the outcomes of and patient satisfaction with such procedures, researchers conducted a study in which four clinical officers, chosen on the basis of their general surgical expertise, received six weeks of training in tubal ligation, which included their performing at least 50 supervised surgeries.
The exclusion criteria were women who underwent hysterectomy for causes of nonabnormal uterine bleeding, presence of leiomyomas (intramural or submucosal) or adenomyosis in pathology findings, coagulopathies and tubal ligation with non-Parkland method.
Role of hysterosalpingography in infertility to HSG for evaluating tubal anomalies.