Explanation Of HSG Examination Results?
Hello, I want to ask. Yesterday I did an HSG examination .. Then the results 1. No visible radiopaque shadow along the urinary tract.2. No contrast extrasation. What do you mean by that? Thank you.
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HSG or hysterosalfingograph is a radiological examination using water-soluble contrast to look at the anatomical features of the endocervix, uterine canal, ovary channel and the presence or absence of contrast leaks to the abdominal wall / pelvis. The indications for HSG examination include: evaluating female reproductive anatomy (evaluation of possible causes of infertility) to preparation / evaluation before in vitro fertilization programs. The HSG results that you said showed normal results. It is recommended to consult your HSG results with an obstetrician who sends you to HSG for evaluation according to the clinical symptoms that you experience.
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