New horizons in fertility management: Exploring the role of hysterosalpingography on-demand

New horizons in fertility management: Exploring the role of hysterosalpingography on-demand

Hysterosalpingography (HSG) is an established procedure to assess tubal patency during the infertility workup.

It is minimally invasive, cost-effective procedure and complications are rare. The aim of the test is to allow visualization of the womb and assess the fallopian tubes for blockages. Sometimes the flow of the contrast fluid can dislodge debris from the fallopian tubes and it also probably has immuno-biological effects.

Watch Prof. Neil Johnson’s short interview

Professor of Reproductive Health, Robinson Research Institute, Adelaide
Gynecologist and REI Subspecialist, Auckland Gynecology Group and Repromed Auckland

About Neil Johnson

Watch here for a more in-depth presentation of the clinical evidence by Professor Velja Mijatovic and a hands-on presentation of how HSGs are performed by Dr Elika Kashef.

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