Explanation Of HSG Results Regarding Isthmus And Infundibulum?
Hello. A few months ago I joined HSG … But the doctor I visited did not explain the details of the problem I was experiencing. Just say it would be difficult to have children. But it is not explained why and what the meaning of the writing on the HSG results paper, because this letter uses medical language that I do not know what it means .. Please help.
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HSG or hysterosalpingography is a radiological investigation to assess tubal patency and uterine conditions. In other words, this examination helps determine the shape, presence or absence of an abnormality in the uterus or obstruction in the fallopian tubes. By using contrast fluid that is released into the uterus. It is hoped that the fluid can spread to all reproductive organs, right and left ovaries. X-rays will capture the contrast substance will produce a comprehensive picture related to the condition of the uterus.
The results of the HSG examination will give the impression of a patent or non-patent fallopian tube. A patent change means that there is no blockage in the channel (open channel). Non-patent tubing refers to the blockage in the fallopian tubes. Non patent patents can occur in part or in whole. This examination is generally done for women who are suspected of having fertility problems.
Related to your question, the isthmus is part of the uterus that is directly related to the cervix (cervix), while the infistibulum sinistra is the part that functions to catch eggs from the left ovary. Infundibulum is the tip of the extension of the fallopian tubes associated with the ovaries.
Disturbances in the fallopian tubes will indeed interfere with fertility in women. Therefore, to find out if there are problems with the fallopian tubes, information is needed regarding the results of the HSG examination that you have done. We also recommend that you conduct an examination and consultation with an obstetrician regarding your HSG results. The doctor will give consideration to the best therapy that suits your condition.
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