Salpingitis secondary to appendicitis


Bulky unilateral right fallopian tube (measuring up to 3.2 cm in diameter) with hypervascularity and hypoechoic reflectivity coexisting with an ipsilateral edematous and elongated appendix (measuring up to 1.7 cm in diameter) with both structures wrapped around reactive echogenic omental fat consistent with appendicitis-salpingitis

Clinical follow up revealed salpingitis secondary to appendicitis and the patient was managed conservatively with antibiotics instead of a surgical intervention owing to the fact that the patient was post-partum.