Hysterosalpingography: an imaging Atlas with cross-sectional correlation
Ledbetter KA, Shetty M, and Myers DT. Hysterosalpingography: an imaging Atlas with cross-sectional correlation. Abdom Imaging 2015; 40(6):1721-1732.
Hysterosalpingography (HSG) provides a unique combination of both fallopian tube and uterine cavity evaluation. A comprehensive understanding of both HSG and correlative cross-sectional imaging findings are essential radiologic skills. This article will review the spectrum of technical artifacts, anatomic variants, congenital uterine anomalies, uterine and tubal pathology, and postsurgical findings as they appear on HSG. Additionally, correlation with MR and ultrasound images is provided. This review article serves as a reference for residents new to HSG as well as staff who perform and interpret HSG infrequently.
Medical Subject Headings
Artifacts; Fallopian Tube Diseases; Fallopian Tubes; Female; Humans; Hysterosalpingography; Urogenital Abnormalities; Uterine Diseases; Uterus