4 edition of Hysterosalpingography found in the catalog.
1991 by Urban and Schwartzenberg .
Written in English
|Statement||David J. Ott, Jamil A. Fayez.|
|Contributions||Fayez, Jamil A.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||195|
This should not last long. The use of intrauterine lidocaine to minimize pain during hysterosalpingography: a randomized trial. It holds the walls of the vagina apart to allow the cervix to be viewed. This type of X-ray uses a contrast material so that the uterus and fallopian tubes show up clearly on the X-ray images. If so, your doctor will explain why. If it is necessary, the procedure could be performed under short-acting intravenous anesthesia.
Tell him about any medicine allergies, and if you want to quit taking or change your medicine. Use vitamins, herbs, or food supplements only as directed. You may also be given medicines to take the day of the procedure to help you relax. The radiologist will insert dye through the cannula, which will flow into your uterus and fallopian tubes.
A tool called a speculum is placed into the vagina. This helps prevent infections. Sometimes a follow-up exam is done because a potential abnormality needs further evaluation with additional views or a special imaging technique. After-Care What Is a Hysterosalpingography?
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Features: Chapters include not only the workup and causes of infertility but also clinical findings and excellent correlation with radiographic examples. You may have some slight discomfort and cramping when the doctor places the catheter and injects the contrast material.
If an x-ray is necessary, the doctor will take precautions to minimize radiation exposure to the baby.
Booking an appointment is mandatory for performing Hysterosalpingography. Advances in techniques include magnetic resonance imaging, vaginal sonography, and sonohysteroscopy.
It is used primarily for the workup of infertility. In the other method, a thin plastic tube is passed into the cervical opening. Tell the doctor and technologist if you have a pelvic infection, inflammatory condition, or untreated STD.
Tell him about any medicine allergies, and if you want to quit taking or change your medicine.
Obstet Gynecol. A fluoroscopy shows moving pictures of your cervix, uterus, and fallopian tube while the HSG is being done. Call your health care provider if you have any of these symptoms: Foul-smelling vaginal discharge.
The test can also check that a reversal of a tubal ligation was successful in reopening the fallopian tubes. Description from BarnesandNoble. Video: Our reproductive specialists They are behind you on the thought path to the dreamed baby. Women should always inform their physician or x-ray technologist if there is any possibility that they are pregnant.
A follow-up exam may also be done to see if there has been any change in an abnormality over time. The doctor will remove the speculum and carefully position you underneath the fluoroscopy camera. This ensures that those parts of a patient's body not being imaged receive minimal radiation exposure.
Hysterosalpingography and sonohysterography: lessons in technique.
After the cervix is cleaned, the health care provider places a thin tube catheter through the cervix. The day of the examination depends on the menstrual cycle of the woman - between eight and twelve days after the first day with bleeding.
Vaginal care: You may need vaginal pads for 1 to 2 days if you have some vaginal spotting. Doing it at this time enables the health care provider to see uterine cavity and tubes more clearly.
Doctors will not perform many tests during pregnancy to avoid putting the fetus at risk. Schedule your exam for seven to 10 days after the first day of your menstrual period, but before ovulation. The radiologist can watch the dye as it moves through your reproductive system.
There may also be slight irritation of the peritoneumthe lining of the abdominal cavity. Follow-up exams may be needed. Your doctor will insert a speculum into your vagina, clean the cervix and insert a catheter. Preparing for the Test Some women find this test painful, so your doctor may prescribe you a pain medication or suggest an over-the-counter pain medication.
There are no defects.Hysterosalpingography is a procedure where x rays are taken of a woman's reproductive tract after a dye is injected. Hystero means uterus and salpingo means tubes, so hysterosalpingography literally means to take pictures of the uterus and fallopian tubes.
This procedure may also be called hysterography (or HSG). Hysterosalpingography. Hysterosalpingography (HSG) is a procedure where oil- or water-based contrast media is injected via a catheter into the uterus and into the fallopian tubes.
As this contrast media fills the uterine cavity and the fallopian tubes, X-ray images are periodically taken to record the filling of the uterus and fallopian tubes. Hysterosalpingography.
A doctor or technician places a slender catheter inside your cervix. It releases a liquid contrast material that flows into your uterus. The dye traces the shape of your uterine cavity and fallopian tubes and makes them visible on X-ray images. Therapeutic hysterosalpingography a radiology perspective.
Reduction of pain following hysterosalpingogram by prior analgesic administration. Effectiveness of interventions for pain relief in hysterosalpingography: A network meta-analysis and systematic review. Dec 15, · Hysterosalpingography: A Text and Atlas 2nd Edition.
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Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. David J. Ott Cited by: Covers the concerns and interests of radiologists and gynecologists. Topics include: evaluation of an infertile couple, diagnostic principles, uterine, congenital, and tubal diseases, interventional tubal recanalization, and more.