Apr 13, 2000

The fimbrio-ovarian relation and its role on ovum picking in unexplained infertility: the fimbrio-ovarian accessibility tests

The Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research
S M Ahmad-Thabet

Abstract

To study the ovum pickup mechanism and the fimbrio-ovarian relation in fertile women and cases of unexplained infertility and to design a method for investigation and anticipation of the state of ovum pickup. Prospective clinical study. Department of Obstetrics and gynecology Kasr El Aini Hospital, Cairo University, Egypt. Fifty fertile and 25 cases of unexplained infertility. In all of cases the fimbrio-ovarian relation is studied by determining the length of the free ovarian border between the ovarian ligament and the fimbria ovarica that contains the corpus luteum (the ovulation border), the site of ovulation on that border and the length of the fimbria ovarica. It is also determined by a simple test "The fimbrio-ovarian accessibility test." The fimbriae are held by non-traumatizing grasper and their ability to reach and/or to cover the ovulation site are taken as a prove for successful ovum pickup. In addition, cases having suspected failed ovum picking are treated by controlled superovulation, also by drilling of the ovary at an accessible site to the fimbria ovarica and by freeing short fimbria ovarica with or without its advancement on the ovulation border. The ovulation site is found to be usually accessible to the fimb...Continue Reading

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Fertility
Ovarian Diseases
Ovum
Both Ovaries
Fallopian Tubes
Ovulation
Ovary
Ovarian Fimbria of Uterine Tube
SHORT Syndrome
Structure of Ovarian Ligament

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