The surgical elimination of a fallopian tube is known as a salpingectomy. To remove each tubes is a bilateral salpingectomy. An operation that combines the removal of a fallopian tube with the removal of at least one ovary is a salpingo-oophorectomy. An operation to cast off a fallopian tube obstruction is referred to as a tuboplasty.
It is viable for the Fallopian tube to prolapse into the vaginal canal following a hysterectomy, if the vaginal cuff is open. Given the beefy-red appearance of the tubes, it’s miles feasible to mistake the tube for both a tumor or granulation tissue at the vaginal cuff.