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By Davor Jurkovic, Lil Valentin, Sanjay Vyas

Using ultrasound imaging in gynaecology is going well past easy photo acceptance. A skilful gynaecological sonographer will collect test findings and the medical situation to augment sufferer care. This ends up in distinctive investigations and, simply as importantly, to options for non-intervention. This publication covers all features of using ultrasound and in addition contains chapters on medical gynaecology, to aid in making the very best use of the know-how.

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Congenital Müllerian anomalies; diagnostic accuracy of three-dimensional ultrasound. Fertil Steril 1996; 65: 523–8. 3. Buttram V C, Gibbons W E. Müllerian anomalies: a proposed classification (an analysis of 144 cases). Fertil Steril 1979; 32: 40–6. 4. Salim R, Woelfer B, Backos M, Regan L, Jurkovic D. Reproducibility of three-dimensional ultrasound diagnosis of congenital uterine anomalies. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 2003; 21: 578–82. 5. Jurkovic D, Gruboeck K, Tailor A, Nicolaides KH. Ultrasound screening for congenital uterine anomalies.

11 A calcified intramural fibroid, common in postmenopausal women found in pregnancy. 12). 15 A submucous fibroid expelled into the cervical canal cause pressure effect on surrounding organs, specifically the urinary bladder, causing pain or urinary frequency. Subserous fibroids project from the uterine serosa and they, too, are only problematic when large and indenting surrounding organs. Occasionally, subserous fibroids may be entirely extrauterine and connected to the uterus by a small pedicle.

Advances in endometrial ablation have reduced the need for hysterectomy in many women but, if adenomyosis is present, the risk of subsequent hysterectomy is increased. Preoperative screen­ ing for adenomyosis may play a role in better triaging women who are likely to benefit from endometrial ablation. On clinical examination, there may be diffuse uterine enlargement, although the posterior uterine wall may be disproportionately larger. This is usually more pronounced in the premenstrual phase. Diagno­ sis with ultrasound is difficult, as there are no characteristic features.

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