Clinical outcomes of laparoscopic treatment of tubal adhesion and tubal distal occlusion
Wang Haiyan,Qiao Jie,Ma Caihong,et al.Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Peking University Third Hospital,Beijing 100083,China
Objective To investigate the clinical pregnancy outcomes of laparoscopic treatment for different degrees of tubal adhesion and tubal distal occlusion.Methods Clinical information of 41 infertile patients from April 2001 to December 2005 was reviewed.According to the extent of tubal and pelvic lesion,the patients were classified as stage Ⅰ in 10 patients,stage Ⅱ in 10,stage Ⅲ in 17,and stage Ⅳ in 6.After a diagnosis was made by hysterosalpinggography(HSG),all the patients received a salpingostomy and adhesionlysis under laparoscope.Results No abnormal findings were detected by hysteroscopy and bilateral tubes were patent after operation in all the 41 patients.The 10 patients at stage Ⅰ were followed up for 12~21 months.Four of them got pregnant in six months and 1 got pregnant in 1 year because of intermittent separation,all the 5 patients being intrauterine pregnancy.The 8 patients at stage Ⅱ were followed up for 12~26 months.Three patients got pregnant,including intrauterine pregnancy in 1 and ectopic pregnancy in 2.The pregnancy occurred at 15,16,and 26 months after operation,respectively.The 17 patients at stage Ⅲ were followed up for 3~48 months.Four had pregnancy,at 3,4,12,and 14 months after operation,respectively,including intrauterine pregnancy in 1 and ectopic pregnancy in 3.The 6 patients at stage Ⅳ were followed up for 12~36 months and no pregnancy was observed.Among the 12 patients with pregnancy,8 got pregnant within 12 months and 3 at 13~18 months after operation,the pregnancy rate within 18 months being 91.7%(11/12). Conclusions Clinical pregnancy outcomes are related with the degree of tubal lesion and adnexal adhesion.Patients at stage Ⅰ~Ⅱ have better pregnancy outcomes than patients at stage Ⅲ~Ⅳ.
【CateGory Index】： R713.5