Author(s): Pui M
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Abstract Clinical presentation of vascular disorders of female pelvis including placental adhesion, retained product of conception, ovarian venous thrombosis, varices, torsion and haemorrhagic infarct of ovary is often non-specific. Because of its availability, safety, and cost-effectiveness, ultrasound is the first investigation of choice. Computed tomography and MRI clearly depict the pelvic and retroperitoneal anatomy. This pictorial essay illustrates the complementary role of US, CT, and MRI in diagnosing vascular disorders of female pelvis.
This article was published in Australas Radiol
and referenced in Journal of Pregnancy and Child Health