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transvaginal ultrasonography


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transvaginal ultrasonography

transvaginal ultrasonography

Deeply infiltrating endometriosis and transvaginal ultrasonography

Transvaginal ultrasonography in the diagnosis of pelvic adhesions.

Diagnostic value of transvaginal ‘tenderness-guided’ ultrasonography for the prediction of location of deep endometriosis

Characteristic images of deeply infiltrating rectosigmoid endometriosis on transvaginal and transrectal ultrasonography

Transvaginal ultrasonography associated with colour Doppler energy in the diagnosis of hydrosalpinx

The role of transvaginal ultrasonography in the detection of pelvic pathologies in the infertility workup.

The role of transvaginal ultrasonography and outpatient diagnostic hysteroscopy in the evaluation of patients with menorrhagia.

Transvaginal ultrasonography versus uterine needle biopsy in the diagnosis of diffuse adenomyosis.

The accuracy of transvaginal ultrasonography for the diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy prior to surgery

Transvaginal ultrasonography with bowel preparation is able to predict the number of lesions and rectosigmoid layers affected in cases of deep endometriosis, defining surgical strategy

Preoperative work-up for patients with deeply infiltrating endometriosis: transvaginal ultrasonography must definitely be the first-line imaging examination

Follicular vascularity--the predictive value of transvaginal power Doppler ultrasonography in an in-vitro fertilization programme: a preliminary study.

The use of transvaginal power Doppler ultrasonography to evaluate the relationship between perifollicular vascularity and outcome in in-vitro fertilization treatment cycles

Does transvaginal ultrasonography combined with water-contrast in the rectum aid in the diagnosis of rectovaginal endometriosis infiltrating the bowel?

The ATAC (‘Arimidex’, Tamoxifen, Alone or in Combination) adjuvant breast cancer trial: baseline endometrial sub-protocol data on the effectiveness of transvaginal ultrasonography and diagnostic hysteroscopy

 

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*ultrasonography using a vaginal probe instead of an abdominal transducer. It allows the use of a higher frequency, thus providing superior resolution and therefore a more detailed anatomy of the female pelvis and an earlier and more accurate identification of fetal structures.

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