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Scott W. Young, MD
The Ultrasound Diagnosis of Deep Endometriosis: How I Do It
Scott W. Young, MD
07/22/2018 | Time : 17 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses the sonographic diagnosis of deep endometriosis. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to learn a strategy for transvaginal assessment of deep endometriosis, review why ultrasound is the imaging modality of choice for deep endometriosis diagnosis and recognize the three compartments of the endovaginal exam specific for DE diagnosis.

Topics mentioned in this video : Why ultrasound?, Location of deep endometriosis, Patient prep, Endovaginal exam, Bowel overview, Putting it all together

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Keywords : broad ligament, DE, deep endometriosis, fallopian tube, ovary, posterior cul de sac, posterior fornix, rectovaginal septum, round ligament, Society of Radiologists in Ultrasound, SRU, transvaginal ultrasound, TVUS, ureter, urinary bladder wall, USL, uterosacral ligaments, vaginal canal, vaginal introitus, vaginal wall

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