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  1. ... C, Skoog L, et al. Ultrasound for diagnosing acute salpingitis: a prospective observational diagnostic study. Human reproduction (Oxford, ...
  2. ... 45: 17-22.���Labate, J. S. Skin hyperesthesia in acute salpingitis. Surg. Gyn. Obst., 1937, 65: 321-30.���Lapeyre, ... Month., 1926-27, 53: 589.��� Ten Berge, B. S. [Acute salpingitis or appendicitis] Ned. tschr. geneesk., 1926, 70: 243- ...
  3. ... 44: 182-6.���Worthington, F. D. Acute appendicitis; acute salpingitis; acute pyelitis; differential diag- nosis. Virginia M. Month, ... ogy. Arnesen, A. J. A. [Acute appendicitis and acute salpingitis] 123 p. 8? Oslo, 1931. Forms suppl. 4, ...
  4. ... not evidence that the infection is not gonorrhceal. Acute Salpingitis is a result of an acute gonorrhceal infec- ... puerperal conditiem with its symptoms. The Treatment of acute salpingitis does not differ from that of acute metritis. ...
  5. ... 613-616.���Betts (B. F.) The development of acute salpingitis in young women. Habneman. Month., Phila., 1897, xxxii, ... 2. s., xiii, 105. ��� Carr (W. P.) Treatment of acute salpingitis. Am. J. Obst., X. Y., 1897, xxxv, 779- ...
  6. ... Malformations���Displacements���Stricture and occlu- sion���Patent condition���Acute salpingitis���Chronic salpingitis ���Dilatation and distention���New growths. Anatomy ...
  7. ... V.) [et al.]. Discussion on the treatment of acute salpingitis. Brit. M. J., Lond., 1923, ii, 399-406��� ... A.) A case of periumbilical ecchymosis associated with acute salpingitis. Tr. Am. Gynec. Soc, Phila., 1923, xlviii, 211- ...
  8. ... proximal portions are convoluted in a complicated manner. Acute Salpingitis.���The tube is swollen, its mucous membrane congested ... its lumen filled with purulent or mucopurulent secretion. Acute salpingitis is due to ascending infection. It sometimes coexists ...
  9. ... or thick and cheesy, not purulent as in acute salpingitis. Occasionally, chronic dropsy of the tube is the ... by7 pseudo-membranes. The thickening results from infiltration. Acute catarrhal salpingitis usually co-exists. Both ends of the tube ...
  10. ... or thick and cheesy, not purulent as in acute salpingitis. Occasionally, chronic dropsy of the tube is the ... by pseudo-membranes. The thickening results from infiltration. Acute catarrhal salpingitis ordinarily co-exists. Both ends of the tube ...
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