Tubal surgery in the era of assisted reproductive technology: clinical options.

@article{Posaci1999TubalSI,
  title={Tubal surgery in the era of assisted reproductive technology: clinical options.},
  author={Cemal Posaci and M. G{\'o}mez Camus and Kaan Osmanagaoglu and Paul Devroey},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={1999},
  volume={14 Suppl 1},
  pages={120-36}
}
We reviewed the place of tubal surgery in the era of assisted reproductive technology. Reversal of tubal ligation is one of the main indications for tubal microsurgery. Adhesiolysis has the best results if the adhesion is the only factor responsible for infertility. There are no differences between adhesiolysis by laparoscopy or by laparotomy, and so laparoscopy must be preferred. Proximal tubal obstructions can be successfully treated by microsurgical tubocornual anastomosis. As far as distal… CONTINUE READING
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