hysterosalpingography

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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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9[degrees]C (14[degrees]F) cooler in summer than would be expected for the HSG windows.
Laparoscopy along with HSG is very effective method in evaluating cases of primary infertility especially tubal blockage.
HSG fired Harbert when she did not return to work after the second leave period.
To be absolutely certain that you're buying the highest sugar grasses on the market, look for proven Aber HSG varieties and buy a mixture that contains 100% of these.
Now, roughing is done in a cell consisting of four Guehring RB 625 HSG machines with 75-hp spindles.
This study evaluates the radiological pattern at HSG in female infertility patients in a two year period.
HSG is the diagnositic imaging modality for visualisation of tubes, being done in the process of work up of female infertility gives conclusive evidence of the disease.
HSG Logistics began its activity in 1970s with wooden export packaging and switched focus to logistics services for the technology industry in the 1990s.
HSG made payments under the credit agreements until March, 2009, but GSP says in the court papers that the company was effectively in default of loan covenants a year earlier, but that KPMG did not raise any questions.
Sandomir's report also includes the opinions of both the aforementioned Andrew Zimbalist and former MLB commissioner Fay Vincent that the powers of the commissioner's office to act "in the best interests of baseball" do not extend to the realm of the disagreement between HSG and the lenders.
In my personal discussions with physicians, I hear all the time that 'my patients don't want to come back for the HSG.
The HSG Handheld Welder from Herrmann Ultrasonics offers the advantage of portability when ultrasonically joining thermoplastic materials, according to the company.