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involves radiographic examinations of the size, shape, and position of the uterus and fallopian tubes?
Hystersalpinography
Contains Ova?
Ovaries
Collects Ova?
Fallopian Tubes
Receive and feritlize Ova?
Uterus
What are you checking for in this exam?
lesions such as polyps, tumor masses, fistulous tracts and to investigate patency of the fallopian tubes
What is the procedure for this exam?
Cervis is exposed with speculum and cannula is inserted into cervix. Four to six ml of contras is injected and then spot films are taken.
What kind of contrast is used?
Omnipaque
How do you know if fallopian tubes are patent?
Contrast spills into abdomen
demonstration of fetus in-utero. see if breached birth
fetography
determines if pelvic inlet and outlet is large enough
pelvimetry