Macroscopic and microscopic changes in the fallopian tube after bipolar cauterization

K. D. Gunston, H. A. Van Coeverden De Groot, G. L. Goldberg, M. R. Bromhall

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Abstract

A total of 43 patients who had undergone laparoscopic tubal occlusion by means of bipolar cauterization underwent bilateral salpingectomy 6-30 months later. The macroscopic and microscopic changes in the fallopian tubes are described. Although 35 patients appeared to have occluded tubes on macroscopic examination, only 22 showed occlusion on microscopic examination.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)518-519
Number of pages2
JournalSouth African Medical Journal
Volume63
Issue number14
StatePublished - Jan 1 1983

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    Gunston, K. D., Van Coeverden De Groot, H. A., Goldberg, G. L., & Bromhall, M. R. (1983). Macroscopic and microscopic changes in the fallopian tube after bipolar cauterization. South African Medical Journal, 63(14), 518-519.