3D TV Ultrasound Congenital Uterine Anomalies

Rebecca Chambers, Ultrasound Manchester Fertility

Transabdominal (TA) and transvaginal (TV) ultrasound is the routine imaging modality of choice for assessing the female pelvis. The advent of three-dimensional TV ultrasound in gynaecological examinations is proving a useful adjunct when assessing the female pelvis. Congenital uterine anomalies affect 3–8 % of women. These anomalies are not typically associated with infertility but are associated with adverse reproductive outcomes such as pregnancy loss and preterm delivery. Three-dimensional transvaginal ultrasound of the uterine cavity is extremely accurate in diagnosing and classifying anomalies. In current practice, the most universally recognised classifications systems for uterine anomalies are the ESHRE/ESGE and AFS classifications.

The aim of this poster is to demonstrate three-dimensional TV ultrasound appearances of congenital uterine anomalies.

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