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hysterosalpingography

[‚his·tə·rō‚sal·piŋ′gäg·rə·fē]
(medicine)
Roentgenographic examination of the uterus and oviducts after injection of a radiopaque substance.
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To determine the rate of compliance with the FDA recommendation for the hysterosalpingogram, Dr.
Data analysis through 2004 suggests pregnancies are occurring after the device is put into general practice because of noncompliance with protocol by the physician or patient (21 cases, 57%); the patient was probably pregnant before the procedure (6 cases, 16%); or the hysterosalpingograms were misread (6 cases, 16%).
He pioneered transvaginal hydrolaparoscopy (TVL) in 1998 (later, another group named the procedure "fertiloscopy") and said he's since abandoned tubal assessment by hysterosalpingogram (HSG).
Other common methods of investigating tubal patency, such as hysterosalpingogram (HSG), are valuable in that they are minimally invasive and can be performed in the office.
The first case was a of woman who appeared to have had an adequate bilateral placement, but she failed the hysterosalpingogram (HSG) 3 months later.
Campbell's group eliminates the need for a laparoscopy or hysterosalpingogram, instead relying on three-dimensional ultrasound with color Doppler imaging and transvaginal hysterosalpingo-contrast sonography (HyCoSy).
Among the other methods for diagnosing and categorizing submucous myomas, hysterosalpingogram is less sensitive and less specific than office hysteroscopy The image obtained from diagnostic office hysteroscopy is exactly what's seen during treatment, providing information that cannot be procured through diagnosis with transvaginal ultrasound or sonohysterography "We don't operate [on submucous fibroids] with ultrasound or with sonohysterography We operate with a hysteroscope, Dr.
Hysterosalpingogram results were used to assess the condition of the fallopian tubes after surgery but were not a reliable predictor of pregnancy rates.
These procedures include upper gastrointestinal studies, esophagrams, barium enemas, loopograms, hysterosalpingograms, and tube placement checks.