Fimbriolysis

A distal tubal injury that is not in occlusion can be treated by fimbriolysis. Fimbriolysis means the separation of attached or phimotic fimbria (uterine tube), which helps to move the eggs from the uterus to the ovaries.

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Please help me understand my HSG test report.

Query: Hello doctor, My HSG test report is as follows. Impression: Contrast spill into the peritoneal cavity was not visualized on the left side, however faintly probably seen on the right side. Clinical correlation is suggested for further management. What does this mean?  Read Full »


Dr. Purushottam Sah

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have read and understood your problem. (attachment removed to protect patient identity) However, I would like you to answer a few questions so that I can help you better. Did you get a pelvic ultrasound scan done? Your HSG report says tubes visualized and no dilatati...  Read Full »

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