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《Journal of Interventional Radiology》 2010-12
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The clinical application of selective salpingography and fallopian tube recanalization in treating female infertility

HAN Zhi-gang,ZHANG Guo-fu,TIAN Xiao-mei,XIE Jie-lin,GU Shou-xin,ZHUANG Yan,LIU Jia,QIAN Hui-jun,ZHANG Meng-wei.Department of Radiology,Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital of Fudan University,Shanghai 200011,China  
Objective To evaluate the clinical efficacy of selective salpingography(SSG) and fallopian tube recanalization(FTR) in diagnosing and treating fallopian tubal infertility.Methods SSG was performed in 459 patients and a total of 895 fallopian tubes were proved to be completely or incompletely occluded.Under fluoroscopic guidance,a catheter was managed to be placed in the tubal ostium,then a catheter and guide wire system was used to clear the proximal tube.The cumulative pregnancy rate within eighteen months after the treatment was calculated,and the postoperative tubal patency degree was compared with the preoperative one.Results After FTR complete patency was achieved in 572 tubes(63.9%).For complete occluded tubes the postoperative patent rate was 80.3%(53/66),while it was 96.7%(802/829) for incomplete occluded tubes.During the follow-up period of 18 months,the pregnancy was confirmed in 43.9% patients(93/212),among which ectopic pregnancy was seen in 2.1% patients(2/93).The median procedure-conception interval was 8.2 months.The pregnancy rate was 51.3%(58/113) in patients with basically patent bilateral fallopian tubes,and it was 35.4%(35/99) in patients with incomplete patent fallopian tubes.Conclusion The results clearly indicate that SSG together with FTR is a safe and effective method for the treatment of female infertility caused by proximal blockage or incomplete occlusion of the fallopian tubes.
【CateGory Index】: R711.6
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