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Ann Med Res. 2006; 13(3): 199-202

Tubo-Peritoneal Factor in Infertility

Aygül Demirol*, Süleyman Güven**, Timur Gürgan**



Infertility is a common medical problem resulting from one or more defects in the reproductive tract. The possible causes of female infertility are cervical, uterine, tubal and ovulatory factors. Tubal factors are the most common infertility factors. There are numerous tubal abnormalities causing female infertility. The clinical entities described in this article include distal tubal obstruction, proximal tubal obstruction, salpingitis isthmica nodosa, tubal reversal following female sterilization. The diagnosis and management of these conditions described briefly.

Key Words: Female infertility, Tubal factor, Tubal abnormalities.


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