Transvaginal Hysterosalpingo-Contrast Sonography (HyCoSy) (Hycosy)
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Transvaginal Hysterosalpingo-Contrast Sonography (HyCoSy) (Hycosy)

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Published by Springer .
Written in English


  • Ultrasonics,
  • Gynecology & Obstetrics,
  • Ultrasonography,
  • Medical / Ultrasonography,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Science/Mathematics

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Open LibraryOL11152122M
ISBN 100792326830
ISBN 109780792326830

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The contrast agent SH U was administered transcervically during transvaginal gray scale and PW Doppler sonography. Hysterosalpingo-contrast sonography by gray scale and by PW Doppler and. Gynecology-endocrinology Transvaginal hysterosalpingo-contrast sonography for the assessment of tubal patency with gray scale imaging and additional use of pulsed wave Doppler* * Supported by Schering AG, Müllerstr. , D Ber by: Hystero Contrast Sonography (HyCoSy) is an ultrasound procedure intended to diagnose structural defects of the female reproductive system, such as blockage of the Fallopian is conducted by forcing an aqueous fluid up the fallopian tube to provide a contrast medium for ultrasound. This image demonstrates tubal patency indicating the possibility for sperm to swim towards the ovum, and.   Ayada G, Kennedy S, Barlow D, Chamberlain P. A comparison of patient tolerance of hysterosalpingo-contrast sonography (HyCoSy) with Echovist ® and X-ray hysterosalpingography for outpatient investigation of infertile women. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol. ; – doi: /jx. [Google Scholar]Cited by:

Due to their invasive character, tubular diagnostics have long been relegated to the later phase of sterility diagnostics. However, the new techniques of ultrasound tubal investigation, by means of transvaginal hysterosalpingocontrast sonography (HyCoSy), gives a lower level of risk as compared to currently available ultrasound contrast : Ulrich Deichert.   Tubal occlusion was noted in 21 tubes (%) on hysterosalpingo‐contrast sonography compared to 11 (%) on hysterosalpingography, with a negative predictive value of % (24 of 28). Overall, hysterosalpingo‐contrast sonography agreed with hysterosalpingography in of fallopian tubes (%; κ = ; P Cited by: 5. Hysterosalpingo Contrast Sonography (HyCoSy) – Pre-test Information. Return to Patient Leaflets search. Reference Hospital, Hull Royal Infirmary. You need to present to the Ultrasound Reception. The receptionist will greet you and book you into the department. You will be made comfortable on the examination couch and a transvaginal. The Procedure HyCoSy (hystero-salpingo contrast sonography) is an ultrasound technique developed to assess whether the fallopian tubes are open or blocked. It is usually requested by your doctor as part of an assessment of infertility or prior to treatment of infertility, even if another cause for infertility is known or suspected. This is done by.

Hysterosalpingo-contrast-sonography (HyCoSy) is a transvaginal outpatient ultrasound technique used to confirm tubal patency. To begin the test, a speculum will be inserted into the vagina to visualise the cervix, just like a pap on: Norwest Private Hospital Suite , 9 Norbrik Drive, Bella Vista, , NSW. Request PDF | Hystero-salpingo-contrast-sonography with 3-D-ultrasound - A pilot study | Hystero-salpingo-contrast sonography (HyCoSy) is a sensitive method of assessing tubal patency but cannot. Evaluation of Tubal Patency with Transvaginal Three-dimensional Hysterosalpingo-contrast Sonography. Cheng Q, Wang SS, Zhu XS, Li F. OBJECTIVE: To investigate diagnostic efficacy of transvaginal three-dimensional hysterosalpingo-contrast sonography (3D-HyCoSy) in assessing tubal patency with by: 7. It outlines three-dimensional saline infusion sonohysterography (SIS), sonosalpingography or hysterosalpingo-contrast sonography, operative SIS, and sonovaginography. Combining TVS with vaginal saline infusion may improve the ability to image structures surrounding the vagina, such as the rectovaginal septum for endometriosis.