Laparoscopy is a kind of surgical procedure that makes use of a laparoscope. Most of the time, this method is done for weight loss surgical processes. For a person looking for a health facility providing such form of medical carrier, it is critical to realize the numerous factors earlier than settling with the right one….

The procedure that doctors in Best Fertility Centre in Chennai treat male infertility differs from person to person. Since all infertility problems in guys are exceptional, docs might treat every man in an individual perspective. Say your husband suffers from low sperm count. He can’t get you pregnant because he surely does not produce sufficient…

OVARY The normal ovary is ellipsoid in shape and is variable in both location and orientation, depending upon the age and parity of the patient as well as the degree of bladder distention.  In the nulliparous adult female, the ovaries are situated in the ovarian fossa (also known as the fossa of Waldeyer), which is adjacent to the lateral pelvic side wall and is bounded by the obliterated umbilical artery anteriorly, the ureter and internal iliac artery posteriorly and the external iliac vein superiorly. Ovarian volume is calculated by measuring  the  ovary  in three dimensions (length, width, and depth) on two orthogonal planes and using the formula for the prolate ellipse (L × W × D/2). In premenopausal women, the mean ovarian volume is 9.8 mL (with 5% and 95% confidence intervals of 2.5 and 21.9 mL), with the highest volumes found in the preovulatory phase and the lowest volumes in the luteal phase. The normal ovary in women of reproductive age has a variable appearance over the course of the menstrual cycle. Developing and immature follicles can be seen throughout the entire menstrual cycle and appear as anechoic, unilocular, sharply marginated cysts, measuring from 2 to 9 mm. By days 8 to 12 of the menstrual cycle, one or more dominant follicles will grow to a diameter of approximately 20 to 25 mm and then rupture at ovulation, releasing the oocyte.Up to 80% of patients have a second nondominant follicle that becomes almost as large as the dominant follicle. The preovulatory dominant follicle may have a slightly complex appearance, with the oocyte and its supporting structures appearing as a ring-like structure within the follicle (the cumulus oophorus). Following ovulation, the corpus luteum evolves from the remnant of the mature follicle through a process of cellular hypertrophy and increased vascularization of the cyst wall. Therefore, a corpus luteum is typically visible in the secretory phase of the menstrual cycle and in the first few weeks of early pregnancy. On sonography, corpus luteum typically  has  a  relatively  thick,  homogeneously  echogenic  wall,  the  inner margin of which may be slightly irregular with a crenulated appearance. Internal echoes are common, reflecting variable amounts of internal hemorrhage that occurred at the time of ovulation and occasionally a corpus luteum may be filled with homogeneous low level echoes mimicking a solid mass. There is usually evidence of enhanced through transmission because of the fluid content and there will be no central vascularity. Typically the corpus luteum is under 3.0 cm in maximal dimension but rarely it may become larger.If pregnancy does not occur, the corpus luteum gradually involute and atrophies to become the corpus albicans,  which  is  typically  not Sonographically identifiable. THE UTERUS The uterus consists of two major parts: the body (or corpus) and the cervix. The corpus is predominantly muscular, whereas the cervix is composed predominantly of collagenous and elastic tissue and has only 10% smooth muscle. The isthmus is a narrow portion or “waisting” of the uterus that corresponds to the approximate position of the internal osand demarcates the boundary between the lower uterine segment of the corpus and the cervix. The anterior surface of the corpus is almost flat, whereas the posterior surface is convex. The fallopian tubes emerge from the cone-shaped cornua of the uterus,  situated  at  the …

Primary Infertility If a girl in her reproductive duration tries and fails to get pregnant (and deliver) after 365 days of unprotected sex. This definition applies in North America (United States and Canada). The Europeans makes use of a longer time frame. In Europe, if a female fails to get pregnant after two years of…

Since the discovery of IVF and different fertility treatments provided by the Best Fertility Centre in Chennai, ladies who suffer from infertility problems have more alternatives than ever earlier than with regards to starting a circle of relatives. Infertility at the part of a female no longer has to mean that she can’t have a…

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