The management of female infertility by tubal microsurgical reconstruction: A ten year review
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The outcome of 368 consecutive tubal microsurgical operations excluding reversal of sterilizations, over a ten year period at the Rotunda Hospital, is presented. One hundred and ten conceptions resulted giving a pregnancy rate of 29.9% per procedure. The ‘take home baby rate’ was 24.2%, with miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy rates of 2.7% and 3% respectively.
KeywordsInfertility Endometriosis Pregnancy Rate Fallopian Tube Female Infertility
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