Venous intravasation on hysterosalpingogram
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History of several episodes of pelvic inflammatory disease. Work up for secondary infertility.
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Left sided partial tubal occlusion is present, accompanied by intravasation of contrast medium in the uterine wall and pelvis.
The uterine cavity and the right fallopian tube are normal.
A 30 years old patient with secondary infertility had several episodes of pelvic inflammatory disease, which is the most probable cause of tubal adhesions leading to tubal blockage and infertility.
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