tubo-ovarian


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tubo-ovarian

adjective Referring to fallopian tube and ovary.
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tubo-ovarian

adjective Referring to fallopian tube and ovary
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Provisional diagnosis of tubo-ovarian mass suspecting chronic ectopic was made and exploratory laparotomy was done.
tubal block, peritubal adhesions, tubo-ovarian mass and tuberculous salpingitis.
The ultrasonography showed a right tubo-ovarian mass containing a sac with vesicles [Figure 1], cyst in the left ovary and an empty uterus [Figure 2].
Beh, "Paratubal cyst complicated by tubo-ovarian torsion: Computed tomography features," Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Oncology, vol.
Therefore, the uterus was exteriorized to reveal a varicose tubo-ovarian conglomerate at a broad, perforated, abundantly bleeding varicocele posteriorly, adjacent to the uterus.
Patient showed good clinical recovery after surgical drainage of tubo-ovarian mass along with broad spectrum antibiotics.
The experimental ovarian I/R procedure was created by rotating the bilateral adnexa 360[degrees], including the tubo-ovarian vessels, in a clockwise direction and then constrained to the abdominal wall by a 4-0 polyglycolic acid suture.
Untreated, it eventually may lead to involvement of the ovaries and formation of a tubo-ovarian abscess (TOA).
Other masses in this age group include endometriomas, polycystic ovaries, tubo-ovarian abscesses, and benign neoplasms.
Third, the patient suffered adenomyosis, which was reported more likely to develop PID or tubo-ovarian abscess and severe maternal morbidities such as eclampsia and peripartum hysterectomy following infertility interventions, particularly IVF treatment,[sup][5] which may have increased this patient's susceptibility.
Tubo-ovarian and pelvic abscesses along with malignant lesions were the conditions with the greatest diagnostic confusion.