Hysterosalpingographic Appearances of Female Genital Tract Tuberculosis: Part II: Uterus

@inproceedings{Ahmadi2014HysterosalpingographicAO,
  title={Hysterosalpingographic Appearances of Female Genital
Tract Tuberculosis: Part II: Uterus },
  author={Firoozeh Ahmadi and Fatemeh shahbazadeh Zafarani and Gholam Shahrzad Shahrzad},
  booktitle={International journal of fertility & sterility},
  year={2014}
}
Female genital tuberculosis remains as a major cause of tubal obstruction leading to infertility, especially in developing countries. The global prevalence of genital tuberculosis has increased during the past two decades due to increasing acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Genital tuberculosis (TB) is commonly asymptomatic and it is diagnosed during infertility investigations. Despite of recent advances in imaging tools such as computed tomography (CT) scan, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI… CONTINUE READING

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