tuboperitoneal

tuboperitoneal

 [too″bo-per″ĭ-to-ne´al]
pertaining to the fallopian tube and the peritoneum.
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tu·bo·per·i·to·ne·al

(tū'bō-per'i-tō-nē'ăl),
Relating to the uterine tubes and the peritoneum.
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In our center, diagnostic laparoscopy and dye test under general anaesthesia were used to assess the tuboperitoneal status of the infertile women included in the study.
Women with tuboperitoneal factors like endometriosis and peritubal adhesions (p value 0.017) and those with polycystic ovaries (p value 0.0218) show significant correlation.
One of the limits of this study was the high proportion of patients lost to follow up after tuboplasty which can be explained by the fact that the Gynecological Endoscopic Surgery and Human Reproductive Teaching Hospital in Yaounde receives women from all regions of Cameroon for laparoscopic surgery for tuboperitoneal lesions.
At the end of the surgical procedure, 1 or both of the products were placed in regions of the uterine surface where the incision was performed: after lysis of tuboperitoneal obliterations, the device was placed in the Douglas cavity and after lysis of attachments, it was placed next to adnexal organs.
Diamond weighed the evidence and offered his own recommendations concerning three common forms of tuboperitoneal disease.
Diamond, director of reproductive endocrinology and infertility at Detroit Medical Center and Wayne State University in Michigan, offered his recommendations concerning the following three forms of tuboperitoneal disease:
In a systematic review by Luttjeboer et al., regarding the risk factors for tuboperitoneal pathology, previous pelvic surgery was found to be an important risk factor (10).
Female infertility factors were classified as follows, in order of frequency: irregular ovulation due to short or unsuitable luteal phases (41.2%); tuboperitoneal factors (16.5%); anovulation associated with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) (10.4%); occult ovarian failure (10.2%); stage I-II endometriosis (7.8%); stage III-IV endometriosis (2.8%); uterine factors (2.6%); cervical factors (1.7%); and other causes (6.8%).