The Role of Tubal Reconstructive Surgery in the Era of IVF

Over the last few years, the ease, accessibility and efficacy of IVF has increased dramatically.  The success of tubal reconstructive surgery has remained relatively stable although the invasiveness of the surgery decreases.  Such divergence between IVF success and need for surgical involvement calls for a reassessment of a cost/risk to benefit ratio whether it may […]

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Evaluation of the Uterine Cavity

Evaluation of the Uterine Cavity: HSG, SHG, hysteroscopy: Similar acronyms, different focus There are three essential components to reproduction: the egg, the sperm and a place where they can meet. The uterus and fallopian tubes are dynamic components and work in concert. The fallopian tubes are quite mobile cradling the ovary during ovulation and directing […]

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