Evidence-based diagnosis and management of tubal factor infertility

@article{Kodaman2004EvidencebasedDA,
  title={Evidence-based diagnosis and management of tubal factor infertility},
  author={P. Kodaman and A. Arıcı and E. Seli},
  journal={Current Opinion in Obstetrics and Gynecology},
  year={2004},
  volume={16},
  pages={221-229}
}
Purpose of review The investigation for potential tubal disease is an essential step in the work-up of infertility. This review article provides an evidence-based overview of the diagnosis and management of tubal factor infertility. Recent findings While laparoscopic chromopertubation remains the gold standard in the diagnosis of tubal disease and hysterosalpingography is still widely used, newer modalities offer some advantages. Sonohysterography with the use of contrast medium is superior to… Expand
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