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Radiographics 2008;28:1661-1671 Source ©2008 by Radiological Society of North AmericaUSS Features of Normal Uterus: USS Features of Normal Uterus Convex appearance of the uterine fundus No signiﬁcant fundal indentation of the uterine cavity Presence of two interstitial portions of the Fallopian tubes. This helps in excluding the diagnosis of unicornuate uterus making the diagnosis of interstitial pregnancyGestational sac vs Pseudosac: Gestational sac vs Pseudosac Gestational sac Pseudosac Eccentric Central Surrounded by echogenic ring of trophoblast -Double Decidual Sac sign (link) Surrounded by single layer of tissue Endometrial midline echo is seen separately midline echo can’t be seen More : The Intradecidual Sign: Is It Reliable for Diagnosis of Early Intrauterine Pregnancy?PowerPoint Presentation: Figure 7a. Diagrams show a pseudo–gestational sac in an ectopic pregnancy (a) and a double decidual sac sign in a normal intrauterine pregnancy (b). Lin E P et al. Radiographics 2008;28:1661-1671 Source ©2008 by Radiological Society of North AmericaPowerPoint Presentation: Figure 7b. Diagrams show a pseudo–gestational sac in an ectopic pregnancy (a) and a double decidual sac sign in a normal intrauterine pregnancy (b). Lin E P et al. Radiographics 2008;28:1661-1671 Source ©2008 by Radiological Society of North AmericaQuestions to answer..: Questions to answer.. (i) Is this gestational sac? (ii)Where is the gestational sac located? Examine the longitudinal section of uterus to establish the connection between cervical canal & gesational sac.PowerPoint Presentation: Normal gestational sac should be located above the level of internal os otherwise consider miscarriage cervical ectopic caesarean section scar pregnancy Internal os is indentified by the insertion of uterine arteriesPowerPoint Presentation: Figure 10. Abortion in progress in a patient with a history of vaginal bleeding. Lin E P et al. Radiographics 2008;28:1661-1671 Source ©2008 by Radiological Society of North AmericaPowerPoint Presentation: Figure 9. Cervical pregnancy. Lin E P et al. Radiographics 2008;28:1661-1671 Source ©2008 by Radiological Society of North AmericaPowerPoint Presentation: Figure 11. Scar pregnancy in a patient with a history of cesarean section. Lin E P et al. Radiographics 2008;28:1661-1671 Source ©2008 by Radiological Society of North AmericaInterstitial pregnancy: Interstitial pregnancy Interstitial pregnancy Intrauterine pregnancy located in the upper lateral part of uterine cavity(angular pregnancy) Gestational sac is surrounded by thin myometrial mantle Endometrial myometrial junction extend around the sac. Narrow communication between the gestational sac and endometrial cavity Communication between the gestational sac and uterine cavity is wide. At laparoscopy the pregnancy is located medial to the round ligamentInterstitial pregnancy : Interstitial pregnancy Criteria by Timor-Tritsch 1) an empty uterine cavity 2) a gestational sac >1 cm from the most lateral point of the endometrial cavity* 3) a gestational sac surrounded by a thin myometrial layer Most useful diagnostic feature is Interstitial line sign –see the next lide * a strict application of a 1-cm cut-off may lead to an interstitial pregnancy being misdiagnosed as intrauterine pregnancy - Hafner T, Aslam N, Ross JA, Zosmer N, Jurkovic D. The effectiveness of non-surgical management of early interstitial pregnancy: a report of ten cases and review of the literature. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 1999; 13: 131–136.PowerPoint Presentation: Figure 8b. Interstitial pregnancy. Lin E P et al. Radiographics 2008;28:1661-1671 Source ©2008 by Radiological Society of North AmericaPowerPoint Presentation: Figure 8a. Interstitial pregnancy. Lin E P et al. Radiographics 2008;28:1661-1671 Source ©2008 by Radiological Society of North AmericaCornual ectopic pregnancy: Cornual ectopic pregnancy Pregnancy in the rudimentary cornu Failure to diagnose a cornual pregnancy can lead to serious complications Criteria can be used to diagnose cornual pregnancy on ultrasound examination: 1) a single interstitial portion of Fallopian tube in the main uterine body 2) a gestational sac, mobile and separate from the uterus, surrounded by myometrium; 3) a vascular pedicle adjoining the gestational sac to the unicornuate uterusCervical ectopic pregnancy: Cervical ectopic pregnancy No evidence of intrauterine pregnancy 2) Hourglass uterine shape with ballooned cervical canal 3) Presence of a gestational sac or placental tissue within the cervical canal 4) Closed internal osCriteria for Cervical and Caesarean Ectopic pregnancy: Criteria for Cervical and Caesarean Ectopic pregnancy Gestational sac located below the level of the internal os or within a visible myometrial defect at the site of the previous lower segment Cesarean section scar Evidence of functional trophoblastic/placental circulation on color Doppler examination, characterized by high-velocity (peak velocity >20 cm/s) and low impedance (pulsatility index <1) blood flowCriteria for Cervical Ectopic Pregnancy....: Criteria for Cervical Ectopic Pregnancy.... Negative sliding organs sign- Inability to move the gestational sac from its position at the level of the internal os using gentle pressure applied by the transvaginal probe.Caesaren section scar Pregnancy: Caesaren section scar Pregnancy Combined approach TVS : Fine details of the sac and its relation to the scar Transabdominal scan with the full bladder: To get the panoramic view of the uterus To get the accurate measurement of the distance between the sac & the bladder. Maymon R, Halperin R, Mendlovic S, Schneider D, Vaknin Z, Herman A,et al. Ectopic pregnancies in Caesarean scars: the 8 year experienceof one medical centre. Hum Reprod 2004;19:278–84.Caesaren section scar Pregnancy: Caesaren section scar Pregnancy Other Diagnostic tools 3D ultrasound scan Magnetic resonance imaging Differentiation from cervical pregnancy In cervical pregnancy healthy myometrium visible between the bladder and gestational sac.Abdominal ectopic pregnancy: Abdominal ectopic pregnancy Criteria* absence of an intrauterine gestational sac no evidence of tubal dilatation or a complex adnexal mass a gestational sac surrounded by loops of bowel and separated from the uterus free mobility of the gestational sac * Gerli S, Rossetti D, Baiocchi G, Clerici G, Unfer V, Di Renzo GC. Early ultrasonographic diagnosis and laparoscopic treatment of abdominal pregnancy. Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol 2004; 113: 103–105.Ovarian Pregnancy: Ovarian Pregnancy Ectopic pregnancy surrounded by ovarian cortexTubal Ectopic pregnancy: Tubal Ectopic pregnancy If the uterus is empty at the time of the initial scanning, we should look for the corpus luteum. Ectopic pregnancy has been shown to be on the ipsilateral side of corpus luteum in 70 to 85% of casesTubal ectopic pregnancy Vs Corpus luteum : Tubal ectopic pregnancy Vs Corpus luteum (I) Gentle pressure with the ultrasound probe combined with abdominal palpation may demonstrate free movement between the adnexal mass(tubal ectopic pregnancy) and the ovary (sliding organs sign)Tubal Ectopic pregnancy....: Tubal Ectopic pregnancy.... (II) The tubal ring of an ectopic pregnancy is usually more echogenic than ovarian parenchyma, and the corpus luteum is usually equal to or less echogenic than the ovary. Echogenicity of an adnexal mass may help distinguish the tubal ring of an ectopic pregnancy from a corpus luteum.( Source )Resources : Resources (i) Catch me if you scan: ultrasound diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy D. JURKOVIC and D. MAVRELOS (ii) Imaging of Pelvic Pain in the First Trimester of PregnancyPowerPoint Presentation: Useful Presentations Presenation 1 Presenations2 My website My Blog You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.