Hsg Examination Results?
Morning, I want to ask about my hsg results. The point is, there is a picture of a feeling of defect in the shape of the circle at the base of the right and left isthmus. right and left with the patent tuba Previously thank you, hopefully you can deign
Hysterosalfingography (HSG) is an imaging examination that uses X-rays (X-rays) to get a picture of the uterus and fallopian tubes / salfing. When HSG is administered contrast agents, then images are taken at certain times to see the filling contrast in the reproductive organs.
HSG examination is generally performed on women with infertility problems or a history of recurrent miscarriages. The uterus is a hollow organ at the top right and left there is a salfing channel that functions to catch eggs released by the ovaries (ovaries). In this salfing the fertilization process takes place, namely the meeting of sperm with the egg and then the result of fertilization will enter the uterus, implant, and develop into a fetus.
Salfing consists of 3 main parts namely the isthmus (at the base), ampulla, infundibulum, and fimbriae (the tip). On the results of the HSG examination that you mentioned, there is a filling defect, meaning that there are parts that are not completely filled by the contrast agent at the base of the right and left salfing isthmus. Round filling deffect can occur for example in the case of fallopian polyps. The fallopian tubes after the isthmus have normal shape and caliber / diameter.
Bulge / lump that causes the filling defect causes the diameter of the salfing in the area more narrow (stenosis). Salfing stenosis can make it difficult for sperm to enter or make it difficult for fertilization to enter the uterus so that an ectopic pregnancy can occur. Abnormal results from HSG examination require further investigation by an obstetrician to determine the cause and subsequent treatment. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.