Gynecology ultrasound is a sonographic technique used to assess the state of health of the female reproductive sphere, detect gynecological diseases and functional disorders, monitor cyclic changes occurring in the ovaries and endometrium. With the help of an overview ultrasound of the pelvic organs, the uterus, cervix, uterine space, appendages are examined. According to indications, special techniques are used in gynecology: ultrasound hysterosalpingoscopy (Hss), folliculometry, intraoperative laparoscopic echography. Gynecology ultrasound can be performed by transabdominal, transvaginal, combined (TA + TV) or transrectal access.



Hydrosonography (echohydrosalpingography) is a study of the functional state of the fallopian tubes using ultrasound imaging. Through a thin catheter, sterile saline is injected into the uterine cavity, which enters the fallopian tubes. In real time, the diagnostician tracks the movement of the fluid. On the monitor of the ultrasound device, the lumen of the…



Folliculometry is a dynamic observation of the growth and maturation of follicles, as well as the development of the endometrium. Folliculometry is performed in the first phase of the menstrual cycle in order to record the fact and time of ovulation (exit from the follicle of a mature egg). The study of the condition of…

female pelvic ultrasound

Female Pelvic Ultrasound

Female pelvic ultrasound is a diagnostic method that displays the structure of the uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries and cervix. Detects hyperplasia and uterine cancer, endometriosis, ectopic pregnancy, polycystic ovaries. When conducting a standard ultrasound, a two-dimensional mode is used. The study is performed transabdominal, transvaginal and combined. Preparation Before female pelvic ultrasound, it is necessary…