sonohysterography

sonohysterography

(sō″nō-hĭs″tĕ-rŏg′ră-fē, sŏ″) [L. sonus, sound + ″]
Instillation of 10 to 20 ml of saline into the uterus to enhance ultrasonic imaging and help determine the cause of abnormal uterine bleeding, female infertility, or to identify uterine masses.
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Comparison of these results with other new techniques, such as sonohysterography (saline infusion sonogram), awaits further studies.
Sonohysterography is superior to transvaginal ultrasound (with a sensitivity of 80% vs.
Effectiveness of sonohysterography in infertile patient work-up: a comparison with transvaginal ultrasonography and hysteroscopy.
The main successful usage for pain reduction are in endometrial sampling with a Pipelle,8,15 first-trimester suction termination,16 hysteroscopy,17 saline solution infusion sonohysterography,18 and removal of a lost intrauterine device (IUD).
Objective: To evaluate the importance of saline infusion Doppler sonohysterography (SIS-D) in the assessment of transvaginal ultrasound (TVUSG)-suspected intrauterine mass lesions in women complaining about abnormal uterine bleeding with respect to hysteroscopy (H/S) and pathologic diagnosis.
Accuracy of transvaginal sonography, sonohysterography and hysteroscopy in diagnosis of intrauterine pathology.
Triage of abnormal postmenopausal bleeding: a comparison of endometrial biopsy and transvaginal sonohysterography versus factional curettage with hysteroscopy.
Clinical use of sonohysterography in the evaluation of infertility.
Various names have been given to the procedure like sonohysterography, hysterosonography, saline infusion sonohysterography and saline infused sonography19.
Sonohysterography is investigation to diagnose uterine abnormalities of infertility and it is inferior
Three-dimensional multiplanar sonohysterography: Comparison with conventional two-dimensional sonohysterography and X-ray hysterosalpingography.