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All the women had at least one fibroid measuring 2 cm or larger based on transvaginal and/or transabdominal ultrasound and a total uterine volume of [greater than or equal to] 160 mL by vaginal and abdominal ultrasound.
All patients underwent a multiplanar neurosonographic exam with transvaginal and transabdominal ultrasound.
The transabdominal ultrasound is more familiar to most Americans, (10) but the subject of this Comment is the less familiar transvaginal ultrasound.
The current methods to distinguish the right side of the fetus from the left side on the transabdominal ultrasound examination rely on several parameters including maternal position, fetal position and transducer orientation.
Rhonda Kotarinos has had several articles published in the area of physiotherapy approaches to pelvic floor dysfunction, including chronic pain and its myofascial origins, and Allison Ariail has a published case report article on the use of transabdominal ultrasound imaging in retraining pelvic floor muscles of a post-partum woman.
There has been recent interest in the use of transabdominal ultrasound by physiotherapists to assess the 'lifting' aspect of the pelvic floor.
The ultrasound test usually involves insertion of a probe into the vagina, although a transabdominal ultrasound, in which the ultrasound is passed over your abdomen, can also be performed, particularly in women who have never been sexually active.
Transabdominal ultrasound does not properly identify normal endometrial thickening or echogenicity.