This a high-level, technically detailed clinical textbook featuring high-resolution color photographs and extensive referencing. As the volume editors say in their Foreword, For those who seek a comprehensive text on the sonographic aspects of the fallopian tube, starting with histopathologic aspects and continuing through the normal sonographic appearance of the tube, as well as the intriguing picture of the inflamed salpinx, the appropriate chapters will be appreciated. Also discussed are attempts to evaluate the tube through its vascularization and the relatively rare benign and malignant tumors as well as paratubal tumors. The chapter discussing ectopic gestation can serve as an aid to the practicing gynecologist to gain confidence in managing the patient suspected of this disease. A special chapter is dedicated to the relatively new procedure of testing the patency of the fallopian tube by ultrasonography.