See Case 28 Definitions

Salpingitis isthmic nodosa (tubal diverticuli): Condition in which the tubal epithelium penetrates into the muscularis or even the serosa, commonly associated with tubal infection. Tubal factor infertility: Tube damage or disease leading to inability to conceive, usually divided into proximal blockage and distal blockage.

Chromotubation: Procedure whereby dye is injected into the uterus via a transcervical catheter, and tubal patency is assessed by laparoscopy or laparotomy.

Tubal reconstructive surgery: Operative techniques for repairing tube damage in an attempt to enhance conception rates, which may or may not include microsurgery. Microsurgery uses magnification and fine suture material.

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