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ObGyn Imaging Tests Center

Imaging tests used to diagnose and manage the treatment of ObGyn-related conditions include CAT scans, MRIs, x-ray procedures (e.g., mammograms, hysterosalpingograms), ultrasound tests (e.g., transvaginal ultrasound and sonohysterography) and radionuclide imaging tests (e.g., PET scans, scintimammography, vaginogram). Fetoscopy and thermography also may be used.

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