Contralateral tubal-ovarian apposition and fertility in hemiovariectomized primates.


Here, we examined longitudinally (1) the incidence of pregnancy in hemiovariectomized macaques possessing only one ovary contralateral to a single fallopian tube, i.e., pregnancy after transabdominal ovum migration; (2) the pregnancy rate after surgically achieving contralateral apposition of the ovary and fallopian tube; and (3) the frequency of ovulatory… (More)