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CASE REPORT

Bilateral Tubal Anomaly (Congenital): A Rare Tubal Infertility Factor

Smita Khetarpal, Anil Khetarpal

Keywords : Congenital anomaly, Primary infertility, Tubal factor infertility

Citation Information : Khetarpal S, Khetarpal A. Bilateral Tubal Anomaly (Congenital): A Rare Tubal Infertility Factor. Int J Infertil Fetal Med 2021; 12 (1):22-23.

DOI: 10.5005/jp-journals-10016-1215

License: CC BY-NC 4.0

Published Online: 00-04-2021

Copyright Statement:  Copyright © 2021; Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd.


Abstract

Infertility is a growing concern of society which might be due to defects in tubal, ovarian, and uterine or a combination of factors. During routine practice, we usually found anomalies of the uterus or vagina and sometimes blocked fallopian tubes in primary infertility cases but congenital anomalies related to ovaries and tubes are of rare occurrence. Nowadays, tubal factor infertility is the leading cause of female factor infertility which might result from a partial or complete absence of a fallopian tube; however, the true incidence of this condition is not reported yet, but till now very few cases of tubal anomalies (basically unilateral) have been reported in the literature. Here, we report a case of a nulliparous young aged female, who was presenting in an outpatient department with complaints of primary infertility and intraoperatively, found to have bilateral tubal anomaly (congenital) during laparoscopy.


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