3D Gynaecology Ultrasound

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Two dimensional transvaginal ultrasound provides medical practitioners with reliable images of the uterus and ovaries.

A three dimensional (3-D) ultrasound examination enables the uterus to be sonographically “reconstructed” to provide a coronal view.

Reasons for a 3-D pelvic ultrasound include:

• Assessment for developmental (congenital) uterine anomalies

• Investigation for acquired uterine structural changes

• Possible causes of recurrent pregnancy loss

• Reasons for very preterm births

• Causes of fetal malpresentations (breech presentation or transverse lie)

3-D ultrasound imaging also facilitates in the evaluation of the uterine cavity for the presence of endometrial polyps (benign growths of the lining of the uterus), uterine fibroids (benign tumours of the muscle of the uterus) or for misplaced intrauterine contraceptive devices (IUCD).
 3-D ultrasound imaging is also used in conjunction with saline infusion sonohysterosonography.

The 3-D ultrasound examination is typically performed at the same time as your standard 2-D transvaginal scan using a probe that has both 2-D and 3-D ultrasound capability.

There is no need to specifically request a 3-D pelvic ultrasound examination and no extra preparation is required.


  • Proliferative endometrium

    Proliferative endometrium

  • Right ovary displaying antral follicles

    Right ovary displaying antral follicles

  • 3D image of uterus and C-plane reconstruction

    3D image of uterus and C-plane reconstruction