The bulletin reaffirms that "cervical length screening by transvaginal ultrasonography is safe, highly reproducible, and more predictive than transabdominal ultrasound screening" and digital examination.
What does TUS stand for?
TUS stands for Transabdominal Ultrasound
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Samples in periodicals archive:
A transabdominal ultrasound reveals a complex mass surrounding the bladder and throughout the lower quadrants consistent with pseudomyxoma peritonei Figures 2 and 3).
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.
In addition, transabdominal ultrasound is performed annually by sonographers blinded as to the patients' treatment regimen in order to assess ovarian volume and antral follicle count, explained Dr.
21) [FIGURE 4 OMITTED] [FIGURE 5 OMITTED] [FIGURE 6 OMITTED] Imaging of normal and abnormal endometrium in postmenopausal patients Standards for ultrasound Transabdominal ultrasound (Figure 1) alone is not sufficient to assess the uterus due to the suboptimal resolution of the uterus and endometrium.
A hypoechoic periphery or a compressed myometrium can be seen with a fibroid by endovaginal ultrasound, but not necessarily by transabdominal ultrasound.
Moreover, there appear to be advantages of the saline infusion sonogram over the routine transvaginal or transabdominal ultrasound.
7) Compared with transabdominal ultrasound (3 to 5 MHz), transvaginal ultrasound uses 8-MHz probes, which provide significantly improved resolution of the adnexa.