Superficial endometriosis

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In this clip, fluid within the rectouterine pouch introduced following saline-infusion sonoPODography allows for appreciation of adhesions and a peritoneal pocket (enclosed fluid due to a defect in the peritoneum). These are two classic features of superficial endometriosis.

In this clip, fluid within the rectouterine pouch introduced following saline-infusion sonoPODography allows for appreciation of adhesions and a peritoneal pocket (enclosed fluid due to a defect in the peritoneum). These are two classic features of superficial endometriosis.

For more information: Noninvasive ultrasound diagnosis of endometriosis

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