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Text Book Reading           Grainger & Allison’s Diagnostic Radiology5th edition, Chapter 54, P. 1217-1221 (Imaging In Gyn...
Imaging techniques in ginecology Ultrasound Computed tomography Magnetic resonance imaging Positron emission tomograph...
Introduction Ultrasound : primary imaging technique Methods : Transabdominal & Transvaginal Used extensively :  1. Pelv...
Technique            Equipment1. TAS   (Transabdominal   sonography)2. TVS   ( Transvaginal   sonography )
TVUS vs TAUS                TAUS            TVUSField of view    Wide           Narrow                 Deep           Shal...
Transvaginal USHelpful :1. Locating the embryonic   heartbeat in an early   pregnancy2. Evaluating the uterine   texture3....
Menstrual Cycle    Proliferative Phase             Folicular Phasewww.RadiologyInfo.org/en/info.cfm
Menstrual Cycle   SECRETION PHASE                  MENSTRUAL PHASEwww.RadiologyInfo.org/en/info.cfm
Periovulasi       www.RadiologyInfo.org/en/info.cfm
RESUME Introduction Transvaginal US Menstrual phase Proliferative phase Folicular phase Secretion Phase
QUIZ       This is the image       transvaginal of the utery.   1. Please describe this      picture.   2. What is the pha...
THANK YOU…..    SUGGESTION PLEASE…
Ovary   Sagittal    Transvaginal US    Normal ovary (O)    with follicles. Note    the location of the    ovary anterior ...
Uterus Normal : 5 and 9 cm            Advantages : Phase of the cycle, the        1. relatively inexpensive    endometr...
Transvaginal   Transrectal
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  1. 1. Text Book Reading Grainger & Allison’s Diagnostic Radiology5th edition, Chapter 54, P. 1217-1221 (Imaging In Gynecology)ULTRASOUND GYNECOLOGY Presented by : Eva Hadaniah Asryati Consultant : dr. H. Edy Moeljono, Sp.Rad (K) RA
  2. 2. Imaging techniques in ginecology Ultrasound Computed tomography Magnetic resonance imaging Positron emission tomography Hysterosalpingography Sonohysterography
  3. 3. Introduction Ultrasound : primary imaging technique Methods : Transabdominal & Transvaginal Used extensively : 1. Pelvic organs 2. Gynecologic problems 3. Adnexal masses 4. Cancer
  4. 4. Technique Equipment1. TAS (Transabdominal sonography)2. TVS ( Transvaginal sonography )
  5. 5. TVUS vs TAUS TAUS TVUSField of view Wide Narrow Deep ShallowTranduser 3,5 - 5,5 MHz 5-8 MHzManeuverability Free LimitedUrinary bladder Full Not needed
  6. 6. Transvaginal USHelpful :1. Locating the embryonic heartbeat in an early pregnancy2. Evaluating the uterine texture3. Measuring a cyst in an ovary www.RadiologyInfo.org/en/info.cfm
  7. 7. Menstrual Cycle Proliferative Phase Folicular Phasewww.RadiologyInfo.org/en/info.cfm
  8. 8. Menstrual Cycle SECRETION PHASE MENSTRUAL PHASEwww.RadiologyInfo.org/en/info.cfm
  9. 9. Periovulasi www.RadiologyInfo.org/en/info.cfm
  10. 10. RESUME Introduction Transvaginal US Menstrual phase Proliferative phase Folicular phase Secretion Phase
  11. 11. QUIZ This is the image transvaginal of the utery. 1. Please describe this picture. 2. What is the phase of the picture beside ?
  12. 12. THANK YOU….. SUGGESTION PLEASE…
  13. 13. Ovary  Sagittal Transvaginal US Normal ovary (O) with follicles. Note the location of the ovary anterior and medial to the internal iliac vessels (I) within the ovarian fossa.
  14. 14. Uterus Normal : 5 and 9 cm  Advantages : Phase of the cycle, the 1. relatively inexpensive endometrium up to 8 mm. 2. provides multiplanar Midcycle, the endometrium views up to 12–16 mm. 3. widely available Secretory phase, become 4. lacks ionizing radiation hyperechoic or contrast Fallopian tubes : usually media not identified Menopause : endometrial thickness of 5 mm
  15. 15. Transvaginal Transrectal

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