Ectopic pregnancy

Ectopic pregnancy: A transvaginal ultrasound is the most important diagnostic tool for an ectopic pregnancy. Adnexal complex or simple cyst with ring of fire appearance with colour doppler is the most specific feature. Presence of free fluid in pouch of douglas indicates rupture of ectopic pregnancy. Live extra uterine pregnancy with demonstrable cardiac activity is 100% specific … Read more

OVARIAN CANCER

INTRODUCTION Ovarian cancer screening isn’t as simple as getting an ultrasound. The characterization of ovarian masses and distinguishing between benign and malignant pathology is important both to decrease unnecessary anxiety and enable decisions regarding optimal treatment. Benign pathology may be best treated conservatively or in a general gynaecology unit using a minimal access approach. Conversely, suspected malignant … Read more

Get certified in 2D TVS Scanning from GGIRHR! Apply Now! Limited Seats Available!

Trans Vaginal Ultrasound skills have become a basic necessity for any gynecologist today. Most practicing gynecologists today prefer to their own scans since the perspective with which they look at the findings is sometimes rather different from the findings reported by a sonologist. Having strong and deep knowledge of ultrasonography will help the gynecologist take certain crucial … Read more

TRANSVAGINAL ULTRASOUND

TRANSVAGINAL ULTRASOUND What is a transvaginal ultrasound? Ultrasound is the term used for high-frequency soundwaves. Ultrasound examinations use these sound waves to produce a picture or image onto a screen showing the inside of your body. An ultrasound is carried out by a trained health professional (sonographer, radiologist or sonologist). Transvaginal ultrasound is an examination of … Read more

Early Ovarian Ageing- A hurdle in one’s pathway to motherhood!

The journey to motherhood is unique and beautiful in every woman. But due to various medical reasons in some women, the journey to motherhood may not be as comfortable and happening. One such reason can be Early Ovarian Ageing (EOA) which can cause a hurdle in one’s pathway to motherhood. What is EOA? All women are … Read more

Get certified in 2D TVS Scanning from GGIRHR! Apply Now! Limited Seats Available!

Trans Vaginal Ultrasound skills have become a basic necessity for any gynecologist today. Most practicing gynecologists today prefer to their own scans since the perspective with which they look at the findings is sometimes rather different from the findings reported by a sonologist. Having strong and deep knowledge of ultrasonography will help the gynecologist take … Read more

What is POF (Premature Ovarian Failure)

What is POF? How does it affect pregnancy in women? In simple words, POF (Premature Ovarian Failure) is early menopause or premature ovarian insufficiency. The period between puberty and menopause is the reproductive period in a woman. In a woman, if the ovaries stop producing eggs early, before the age of 40 and there are … Read more

Get IMA certification on IUI Regular or IUI Online workshop from GGIRHR

Get IMA certification on IUI Regular or IUI Online workshop from GGIRHR! Hurry up, Limited Seats Available! With the passing of time and lifestyle issues, infertility has become a sensitive matter. Infertility may be a serious health issue worldwide, affecting approximately 8%–10% of couples worldwide. Of 60–80 million couples suffering from infertility every year worldwide, probably between 15 and … Read more

Get certified in 2D TVS Scanning from GGIRHR! Apply Now! Limited Seats Available!

Trans Vaginal Ultrasound skills have become a basic necessity for any gynecologist today. Most practicing gynecologists today prefer to their own scans since the perspective with which they look at the findings is sometimes rather different from the findings reported by a sonologist. Having strong and deep knowledge of ultrasonography will help the gynecologist take certain crucial … Read more

OVARIAN CANCER

INTRODUCTION Ovarian cancer screening isn’t as simple as getting an ultrasound. The characterization of ovarian masses and distinguishing between benign and malignant pathology is important both to decrease unnecessary anxiety and enable decisions regarding optimal treatment. Benign pathology may be best treated conservatively or in a general gynaecology unit using a minimal access approach. Conversely, suspected … Read more