Abstract—3D ultrasound (3-dimensional sonography) when combined with sonosalpingography, it provides detailed information regarding internal and external contours of the uterus, without the need for radiation contrast material or surgical intervention. This study was done because of the need of such diagnostic modality that is highly accurate as well as least invasive. A descriptive study was conducted on 50 infertile females to assess the diagnostic value of 3-dimensional SHG in reference of diagnostic hystero-laproscopy (DHL) assuming as gold standard. It was found that sensitivity of 3-dimensional SHG reasons of tubal patency, ovarian pathology and uterine cavity was found 97.6%, 90.91% and 71.43% respectively. And diagnostic accuracy of 3-dimensional SHG in reference of DHL for tubal patency, ovarian pathology and for uterine cavity was found 96%, 92% and 96% respectively. So it can be concluded from present study that 3-Dimensional sonohysterography is an efficient tool to assess women with infertility. Its sensitivity, specificity, and diagnostic accuracy is comparable to hysterolaproscopy.
Keywords: Infertility, 3-dimensional SHG (SHG), Diagnostic Hystero-Laproscopy (DHL), Diagnostic Values.
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