Salpingostomy

The term salpingostomy refers to the formation of an opening in the fallopian tubes in cases of hydrosalpinges.

Salpingostomy is performed laparoscopically utilizing the Laser CO2.

In Eugonia, we believe that following the successful application of assisted reproduction programs, its usefulness is debatable, as it offers a probability of tubal patency of up to 80% and a pregnancy rate from 0 to 25%.

Salpingostomy is offered as an alternative choice of treatment, in young women with hydrosalpinges.

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