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What Does Undeveloped Fallopian Tube Mean
Aka oviduct, uterine tube, or salpinx. It is basically a small tube connecting between the ovary and the uterus. This tube carries the eggs from the ovary area to the unterus. This is the tube that is cut/tied-up/or burned in women having the tuboligation procedure for permanent birth control purpose. Have ...Read more
Clarification: You will need to get clarification on the findings. Opacification just means that the tubes were whited out. That is what one expects on an HSG. What you need to know is if they are patent (open). Contact the ordering physician and ask them to clarify the findings. ...Read more
HSG: This sounds like a report from a hystosalpingogram.... They took an x-ray while they pushed dye through your tubes and they saw "localized" spillage" from the end of the tube. Not seeing the report, i would say this is a good thing, meaning that the tube is not blocked. Typically, when done to assess infertility, a blocked tube is a reason to be concerned that tube can't carry egg to uterus. ...Read more
Infection: It means the tube contains infection. It may be a long term chronic infection. Or it may be an acute or immediate infection. An acute infection needs to be treated with antibiotics, sometimes requires hospitalization. Sometimes the tube must be surgically removed for a variety of reasons. ...Read more
Fallopian tubes: Blocked Fallopian tubes means the egg is unable to follow the route from the ovary to the uterus, making pregnancy difficult. They may be blocked for various reasons, including infection. Ovulation should still be occurring if you are in the age of fertility. I'm not sure what non detected means. Ask your GYN. All the best. ...Read more
My report say both Fallopian tubes are opacified in their entire extent, appears patent and normal in size... what does it means?
Normal: It means that they can see the contrast in all the right places and that your tubes are normal. ...Read more
Hello good afternoon, please I got this from my wife's HSG report: Bilaterally Patent Fallopian Tubes. What does this mean please? Thanks alot. James
Normal: HSG (hysterosalpinogram), is a test to see if the Fallopian are open (patent) ...Read more
Tubes are open : It means both tubes are open.Get a more detailed answer ›
No,: it usually means they are blocked or in temporary spasm, so the HSG contrast cannot get into them and they cannot be seen on xray. ...Read more
What does it mean "the left fallopian tube is patent. However it demonstrates contained spillage of contrast"?
Tube open, : & some of the liquid (which absorbs X-rays; i.e. contrast) which exited the egg entry end of the tube remained within a limited "contained" space of the abdominal cavity instead of more diffusely spreading into a larger space. Containment implies some scar tissue around the fallopian tube preventing contrast diffusion, not optimal. Look up for hysterosalpingogram using Google & Google images. ...Read more
If an ovulation test shows im ovulating that means an egg has been released into my fallopian tube already correct?
Anatomy: Bilateral means on both sides of your body. You have a left and a right fallopian tube just like you have a right and a left ovary. ...Read more
Hi ,good day. Please what those it mean to have a tortuous fallopian tube. Is it possible to conceive?
Tortuous: Tortuous means it has many twists and turns. Yes still possible to conceive. There is not a procedure to straighten out the tube as far as I am aware. ...Read more
The xray technician mentioned one Fallopian tube was abnormal, like a hook, after a HSG, . what does this mean?
In general: a tech shouldn't comment on an unsupervised study - for exactly this reason. The patient worries and seeks information even further outside - when the responsible physician is the one who should answer the concern. As a fertility specialist for 20+ years I have personally done over 2000 HSG and there is no specific meaning to the word "hook." Do the right thing, be patient, ask your doctor. ...Read more
What it means?
FALLOPIAN TUBES SHOW PROGRESSIVE BALLOONING WITH INJECTED RESTRICTED SPILL ON THE LEFT SIDE but not spill was seen on the right side.
Interpretation: After any radiologic test it is important to meet with the doctor who ordered the test to help interpret the findings in their proper clinical context. It sounds like the left tube is open but partially obstructed and the right tube was closed. Schedule follow up to confirm the results. ...Read more
your period has: Nothing to do your tubes, it only has to do with whether u still have a uterus and at least 1 working ovary, u can have periods after your tubes were removed as long as u still have at least 1 ovary and a uterus. ...Read more
My HSG results show slow opacification,distal coiling and distal dilatation of the left and right fallopian tubes.What does this mean?
HSG results: The HSG results mean that the far end of the fallopian tubes are swollen(dilated), "rolled up" (coiled) and probably impassible for a sperm or egg to join each other. Ask your Fertility MD for his/her interpretation as he/she may have actually seen the HSG procedure film and not just the report. ...Read more
What does this means markedly dilated elongated left fallopian tube contains subacute stage blood products suggestive of hematosalpinx?
Had a HSG done report said I have a normal fallopian tube caliber that there apears to be bilateral spillage into the peritoneal cavity what that mean
normal report: Appears that both fallopian tubes are open. That is a normal report. The dr. That ordered the test will discuss all your findings with you. ...Read more
I had my fallopian tubes removed in nov. Due to ectopic preg. I've had a regular period every month till now. I am now 5 days late. What does this mean?
Hsg test results impression:no spillage of contrast into the pelvis from the otherwise unremarkable-appearing bilateral fallopian tubes.Whats it mean?
Not normal: A normal hsg shows free spillage of contrast from both tubes into the peritoneal cavity. No spill means the tubes are blocked somehow. If the tubes are blocked, the egg cannot travel down the tube to be fertilized by sperm and become an embryo (and the woman becoming pregnant). ...Read more
My doctors report on my HSG test read as follows: findings suggesting patent fallopian tube and possible scarring in the pelvis. What does this means.
HSG report: This means that the fallopian tubes are open allowing for egg and sperm to reach each other. But that the shape is a little distorted meaning there could be some scar tissue around the tubes. Scar tissue can be formed by previous surgeries, appendix issues, pelvic infections and endometriosis. ...Read more
Was told that I have swollen fallopian tubes. What exactly does this mean. Never had an STD so how did it happen? What treatments exist for it?
Swollen or closed?: Your fallopian tubes can get "swollen" or blocked from endometriosis. Also, chlamydia, a common cause of swollen tubes does not always have symptoms. If your tubes are swollen, but not blocked, you are at risk for a pregnancy in your tubes, which is a life threatening situation. You do not have to treat it unless you want to get pregnant. You will need to see a fertility specialist. ...Read more
Uterus wit right margin filling defect normal on UltraS. What does opacified fallopian tubes with bilateral intraperitoneal spillage of contrast mean?
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