tuboplasty

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tuboplasty

 [too´bo-plas″te]
2. plastic repair of a tube, such as the eustachian tube.

sal·pin·go·plas·ty

(sal-ping'gō-plas'tē),
Plastic surgery of the uterine tubes.
Synonym(s): tuboplasty
[salpingo- + G. plastos, formed]

tuboplasty

/tu·bo·plas·ty/ (too´bo-plas″te) plastic repair of a tube, such as the uterine tube or auditory tube.

tuboplasty

(to͞o′bō-plăs′tē, tyo͞o′-)
n. pl. tuboplas·ties
Surgical repair of one or both fallopian tubes.

tuboplasty

[t(y)o̅o̅′bōplas′tē]
Etymology: L, tubus, tube; Gk, plassein, to mold
a surgical procedure in which severed or damaged fallopian tubes are repaired in hopes of restoring fertility.

tuboplasty

Tuberoplasty Gynecology Surgery of the fallopian tube to remove obstruction due to scarring or prior tubal ligation. See Pelvic inflammatory disease, Reversal operation.

sal·pin·go·plas·ty

(sal-ping'gō-plas-tē)
Surgical repair of the uterine tubes.
Synonym(s): tuboplasty.
[salpingo- + G. plastos, formed]

tuboplasty

An operation on a scarred and occluded Fallopian tube to restore continuity (patency) and improve the chances of conception.

tuboplasty

1. salpingoplasty.
2. plastic repair of a tube, such as the eustachian tube.