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What does my biopsy report say : Right Salpingectomy: DILATED FALLOPIAN TUBE WITH HEMOSALPINX.

Dear Doc, I am 24 yrs old, i had pregnant and found out that it is ectopic pregnancy . I had an operation. I did nt talk to my doctor. I just want to understand the meaning of my biopsy result.. The final diagnosis is : Right Salpingectomy: DILATED FALLOPIAN TUBE WITH HEMOSALPINX. Gross Description: The specimen consists of a gray-brown tubular tissue measuring 5.5 x 2.0 x 1.7 cm. Sections show a dilated lumen filled with dark brown friable material.RST Can u elaborate it to me? thanks.
Asked On : Sun, 29 May 2011
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Thanks for choosing report says that your right tube was removed and it had some blood in it because of which it had sweling and also contained the ectopic pregnancy in it and hence the reason for removing that side fallopian tube.
Answered: Sun, 29 May 2011
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