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Diagnostic and Performance Tests

Appointment

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Obstetric and gynecological visits. Consultation and treatment for couples for infertility.
Hormonal dosages

They consist of blood sampling on particular days of the menstrual cycle for the evaluation of the hormones involved in the mechanism of ovulation. In recent years, the Anti-Mullerian hormone ( AMH ) has proved to be a valid tool for assessing ovarian reserve in association with antral follicle count (ultrasound examination).

Trans abdominal and trans vaginal 3D and 4D pelvic ultrasound

With transvaginal or transabdominal pelvic ultrasound, it is possible to visualize the uterus, endometrium, ovaries, bladder, thus highlighting any anatomical and structural alterations that these organs may undergo.
It is a harmless test due to the absence of ionizing radiation, not painful, relatively simple to perform, with immediate results.

 

Monitoring of ovulation

The ovarian follicular growth , natural or induced pharmacologically, is monitored with ultrasound repeated at 2-3 day intervals to evaluate the follicular and endometrial growth, until the time of follicular maturation.

 

 

 

Ultrasound ?

Details

 

Ultrasound ?

Tubal patency study: sonohysterosalpingography with gel (HY.FO.SY, Hysterosalpingo-contrast-sonography)

It is a new procedure that is simple and well tolerated by patients, to evaluate the patency of the fallopian tubes and to detect abnormalities of the uterus.
The test requires the use of a contrast agent to visualize the patency of the fallopian tubes (EXEM Foam GEL).
The HyFoSy procedure is a safe and reliable alternative to conventional hysterosalpingography (HSG), which uses X-rays and which patients reluctantly cope with.
Through the placement of a small sterile catheter in the uterus, the echo-reflective solution is injected, and at the same time a 3D trans-vaginal pelvic ultrasound is performed

 

Hysteroscopy

Hysteroscopy is an examination that allows, through the direct vision of the uterus from its interior , to diagnose various types of pathologies ( diagnostic hysteroscopy ) and to carry out the treatment ( operative hysteroscopy )
The analyzed anatomical structures:

  • Cervical canal
  • Uterine cavity
  • Endometrium
  • Tubal osteoarthritis
 
PAP test:

The Pap smear is an important screening test for the early diagnosis of cervical cancer. The examination is recommended for all women from the beginning of sexual activity.

HPV DNA test:

The HPV DNA test is a test that is performed to identify Human infections 

Papilloma virus
Vaginal cervical swabs:

The vaginal swab is a diagnostic test that is performed to search for certain microorganisms that can cause infections.

Colposcopy:

Colposcopy is used above all to study any abnormalities of the cells of the cervix that emerged with the Pap test

Non-invasive Fetal DNA Test:

By analyzing free circulating fetal DNA isolated from a maternal blood sample, it assesses the presence of fetal aneuploidies