SonoHysterography

Sonohysterography, also known as saline infusion sonography, is a special, minimally invasive ultrasound technique. It provides pictures of the inside of a woman’s uterus.

It is a valuable technique for evaluating unexplained vaginal bleeding that may be the result of uterine abnormalities such as:

  • polyps
  • fibroids
  • endometrial atrophy
  • endometrial adhesions (or scarring)
  • malignant lesions/masses
  • congenital defects

Sonohysterography is also used to investigate uterine abnormalities in women who experience infertility or multiple miscarriages.