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The Fallopian tube consists of 4 parts. These are, described from close to the ovaries to inward close to the uterus, the infundibulum with its associated fimbriae near the ovary, the ampulla that represents the fundamental part of the lateral tube, the isthmus, that is the narrower a part of the tube that links to the uterus, and the interstitial (or intramural) component, the narrowest a part of the uterine tube, that crosses the muscle groups of the uterine. The average length of a fallopian tube is 11–12 centimeters (4.3–4.7 in). In other mammals the Fallopian tube is referred to as the oviduct which will also be utilized in connection with the Fallopian tube within the human.