The positions of the fallopian tubes, which are cut off, and down the passages of which two needles are passed.
Inflammation of the uterine appendages, ovaria, fallopian tubes, and broad ligaments; 3.
1706, from Latinized form of the name of Gabriello Fallopio (1523-1562), Italian anatomist who first described them.
fallopian tube or Fallopian tube
Either of a pair of slender tubes from each ovary to the side of the fundus of the uterus, through which the ova pass. Also called gonaduct, oviduct, salpinx, uterine tube.