Brief reports with panel discussion

III. Proximal stump salpingitis
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      Infection arising in the proximal remnants of the fallopian tubes was noted in five patients, occurring at a time quite remote from tubal ligation procedures. Their unusual clinical presentation and treatment are discussed.


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