ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE FALLOPIAN TUBE

@article{Eddy1980ANATOMYAP,
  title={ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE FALLOPIAN TUBE},
  author={C. Eddy and C. Pauerstein},
  journal={Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology},
  year={1980},
  volume={23},
  pages={1177–1194}
}
The anatomy and physiology of the human fallopian tube are described and discussed; then, these facts are correlated with clinical considerations as they relate to tubal factor infertility. Anatomically the human oviduct is a tubular, seromuscular organ attached distally to the ovary and proximally to the lateral aspect of the uterine fundus. Its length averages 11-12 cm. The oviduct can be divided into 4 main segments: 1) the infundibulum, whose terminal end contains the tubal ostium; 2) the… Expand
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