Hysterosalpingography can be used for the diagnosis of Asherman's syndrome since it allows better visualization of the interior of the uterus than ultrasonography.
This technique consists of obtaining an X-ray image of the uterine anatomy. To do this, a contrast liquid is used (represented in the image in blue) which expands throughout the uterine cavity "drawing" its shape.
However, the best diagnostic method for Asherman's syndrome is hysteroscopy, which allows direct visualization of the adhesions inside the uterine cavity.
Read the full article on: Asherman’s Syndrome – Signs, Treatment & Chances of Pregnancy ( 57).
By inviTRA Staff
Last Update: 04/05/2022