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Haematometra & Hematosalpix-MRI

Evidence of  extensive fluid distension of the uterocervical cavity along with fluid in the upper vagina with areas of signal suppression on GRE images, these findings possibly indicate hematometra. There is an hypointense transverse area which may indicate a transverse vaginal septum.  There is evidence of tubular distension in both adenxal region consistent with associated hematosalpinx.  Vaginal septum was confirmed operatively.
Ultrasound images are also available courtesy Dr Ajay Garg, MD Hospital. Bathinda.


Haematometra & Hematosalpix-MRI Reviewed by Sumer Sethi on Monday, April 02, 2012 Rating: 5

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