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What is sonohysterography - ultrasound of the uterus
Ultrasound is safe and painless, and uses sound waves to produce images inside the body. Ultrasound imaging, also called ultrasound scanning or ultrasound examination, involves the use of a small transducer (probe) and an ultrasound gel placed directly on the skin. High frequency sound waves are transmitted from the probe through the gel to the human body. The sensors collect bounced sounds, and the computer then uses these sound waves to create images. Ultrasound does not use ionizing radiation (as used in X-rays), so no radiation is exposed to the patient. Because the ultrasound images are taken in real time, they can show the structure and movement of the internal organs of the body and the blood flowing through the blood vessels.
Ultrasound imaging is a non-invasive medical examination that helps doctors diagnose and treat medical conditions.
Sonohysterography, also known as saine infusion ultrasound, is a special minimally invasive ultrasound technique. It provides photographs of the interior of the female uterus.
Doppler ultrasound studies may be part of the sonohysterography examination.
Doppler ultrasound is a special kind of ultrasound technology that can evaluate blood as it flows through blood vessels.
What are some common uses of this program?
This is a valuable technique for assessing unexplained vaginal bleeding, which may be the result of abnormal uterus such as:
Endometrial adhesions (or scars)
Sonohysterography is also used to investigate uterine abnormalities in infertile or aborted women.
Doppler ultrasound images can help doctors review and evaluate:
Block blood flow (such as blood clots).
Blood flow in polyps, tumors and congenital malformations.
Pelvic varices and aneurysms.