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Ultrasound in the Evaluation of Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding

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Ultrasound in the Evaluation of Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding
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    Although most abnormal vaginal bleeding is caused by hormone imbalance, it can be indicative of polyps, myomas, and cancers of the cervix and endometrium. Dr. Dawna Kramer, a radiologist within the department of radiology, ultrasound section at the Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle, discusses with host Dr. Beverly Hashimoto several ultrasound techniques, including sonohysterography, for determining the cause of post- and pre-menopausal vaginal bleeding.

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    Although most abnormal vaginal bleeding is caused by hormone imbalance, it can be indicative of polyps, myomas, and cancers of the cervix and endometrium. Dr. Dawna Kramer, a radiologist within the department of radiology, ultrasound section at the Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle, discusses with host Dr. Beverly Hashimoto several ultrasound techniques, including sonohysterography, for determining the cause of post- and pre-menopausal vaginal bleeding.

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