salping-, salpingo-

(Greek: tube)

celiosalpingectomy, abdominal salpingectomy (s) (noun); celiosalpingectomies, abdominal salpingectomies (pl)
Removal of one or both fallopian tubes (a pair of slender tubes that extend from each ovary to the uterus) through an abdominal incision.
hysterosalpingectomy (s) (noun), hysterosalpingectomies (pl)
The surgical removal of the uterus and the fallopian tubes.
laparohysterosalpingo-oophorectomy (s) (noun) laparohysterosalpingo-oophorectomies (pl)
Removal of uterus and adnexa (uterine tubes and ovaries) through an abdominal incision.
laparosalpingectomy (s) (noun), laparosalpingectomies (pl)
1. Abdominal salpingectomy; removal of a uterine tube through an abdominal incision.
2. An opening into an oviduct made through an abdominal incision.
laparosalpingo-oophorectomy (s) (noun), laparosalpingo-oophorectomies (pl)
Removal of the fallopian tube and ovary through an abdominal incision.
laparosalpingotomy (s) (noun), laparosalpingotomies (pl)
Abdominal salpingotomy.
oophorosalpingectomy (s) (noun), oophorosalpingectomies (pl)
oophorosalpingitis (s) (noun), oophorosalpingitides (pl)
ovariosalpingectomy (s) (noun), ovariosalpingectomy (pl)
panhysterosalpingectomy (s) (noun), panhysterosalpingectomies (pl)
The excision, or surgical removal, of the uterus, cervix, and fallopian tubes.
parasalpingitis (s) (noun), parasalpingitides (pl)
rhinosalpingitis (s) (noun), rhinosalpingitides (pl)
Inflammation of the mucous membrane of the nose and eustachian tube.
salpingectomy (s) (noun), salpingectomies (p)
The surgical removal of one or of both fallopian tubes (extend from the uterus to the ovaries and transport eggs and sperm and is where fertilization take place): "Salpingectomy may be performed when the tube has become infected, or as a procedure of contraception, or to treat an ectopic pregnancy (which develops outside the uterus)."
salpingemphraxis (s) (noun), salpingemphraxes (pl)
Obstruction of the eustachian (a crescent-shaped fold of the lining membrane of the heart at the entrance of the vena cava inferior) or the fallopian tube.
salpingitis (s) (noun), salpingitides (pl)
Inflammation of a fallopian tube (the tube that goes from the ovary to the top of the uterus): "Salpingitis is usually caused by an infection which spreads upward from the vagina (muscular passage which forms part of the female reproductive system), cervix (the neck and outlet of the uterus), and the uterus (the hollow, muscular organ of the female reproductive system in which the fertilized ovum [egg] normally becomes embedded and in which the developing embryo [unborn child during the first eight weeks of development] and the fetus [the unborn child from the end of the eighth week after fertilization until birth] is nourished and grows)."