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Mindy M. Horrow, MD, FACR, FSRU, FAIUM
Ultrasound of the Fallopian Tubes
Mindy M. Horrow, MD, FACR, FSRU, FAIUM
08/31/2014 | Time : 37 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses both the normal and abnormal sonographic appearance of the fallopian tubes, as well as pathologic processes. Discuss both the normal and abnormal sonographic appearance of the fallopian tubes. Discuss some chronic abnormalities that may occur after PID. List potential causes of hematosalpinx.

Topics mentioned in this video : Outline, Embryology, Normal fallopian tubes, Normal fallopian tube, Normal tube with paratubal cyst, Newborn with inguinal hernia, PID: background, Abnormal fallopian tube, Fallopian tube appearances, Hyperemic, minimally dilated tube in transverse, CT with pre-vesicle inflammation and thickened hyperemic tubes, Mildly dilated tube, Examples of “cogwheel sign”, Cogwheel sign on CT and path, Progression of disease, Pyosalpinx, Bilateral pyosalpinx, Tubo-ovarian complex, Bilateral tubo-ovarian abscess, US and CT images, Recurrent PID, Chronic abnormalities secondary to PID, Sonography of PID after treatment, Two different patients, Hydrosalpinx, Hydrosalpinx post hysterectomy, History of PID with significant chronic pain, US and CT images, Peritoneal inclusion cyst, Hematosalpinx, Chronic pelvic pain, Hematosalpinx, Tubo-ovarian complex due to endometriosis, Endometriosis, Early pregnancy, Hematosalpinx, MR after pregnancy, Four different pregnant patients, Left pelvic pain in 46 year old initial study, 6 months later patient returns with recurrent pain, More pain one month later, CT ordered because of persistent symptoms in face of adequate treatment for PID, Primary fallopian tube carcinoma, PFTC with thick “solid” tubes, Acute pelvic pain, US to evaluate for ovarian torsion, Above and separate from right ovary, Fallopian tube torsion, Newer techniques and devices, 3D inversion reformats of hydrosalpinx, HyCoSy, 30 year old G0P0 with infertility, menorrhagia and right hydrosalpinx, Essure device, Video clip, Look-a-likes, Video clip, Sonographic images, Right pelvic pain, rule out PID, Right pelvic pain, US to rule out PID, normal tubes and ovaries, Acute right hydroureternephrosis with calculus at UVJ, Right pelvic pain, US to rule out PID, normal ROV and tube, Crohn’s disease, Summary, The end

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Keywords : 3D inversion images, cogwheel sign, color Doppler, ectopic pregnancy, endometrial implant, endometriosis, essure device, fallopian tube torsion, fallopian tube, hematosalpinx, HyCoSy, hydatid of Morgagni, Hydrosalpinx, hysterosalpingography, paratubal cyst, pelvic inflammatory disease, peritoneal inclusion cyst, PID, primary fallopian tube carcinoma, pyosalpinx, salpingitis, spectral Doppler, TOA, transabdominal pelvic ultrasound, transvaginal pelvic ultrasound, tubal ectopic, tubal pregnancy, tubo-ovarian abscess, tubo-ovarian complex

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