What differential considerations to be considered, based on transverse sonographic image?
Septate uterus and uterine adhesion band.
Considering the history and sonographic images, what would be the final diagnosis?
Uterine synechiae (Asherman's syndrome)
What other sonographic modality would be useful in such circumstances for better diagnosis?
3-D sonography would show the synechiae in all planes, and help in better approach.
A hypoechoic band ( 2 mm ) is seen in mid line in endometrial canal, which appears to dissect or bifurcate the endometrial cavity, in the fundal region.