Abstract| Volume 32, ISSUE 2, P208-209, April 2019

36. Segmental Agenesis of the Fallopian Tube: A Case Series

      The fallopian tube arises from the paramesonephric duct. It has previously been suggested that the fimbriated portion of the fallopian tube has an embryologic origin different from the proximal sections of the tube. We present a series of patients that further support this hypothesis. Segmental tubal agenesis should be considered as a possible etiology for a hydrosalpinx in a non-sexually active individual and a potential cause of tubal torsion.
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