Associate Professor of Radiology Jundishapur University, Ahvaz, Iran



Hysterosapingography (HSG) is a valuable technique in the evaluation of the in-fertile patient. During the last de-cade, the number of women seeking infertility evaluation has increased considerably. HSG is considered a screening procedure for an infertility workup, and despite the development of other diagnostic tools such as MR imaging, hysteroscopy, and laparoscopy,HSG remains the main exam for the study of the fallopian tubes .This technique provides useful, although indirect, information outlining the uterine cavity and the fallopian tubes. HSG has been reported to have a high sensitivity in the diagnosis of uterine cavity abnormalities. The technical quality of the HSG is important to limit factors leading to misinterpretations. It is also essential for the radiologist to be familiar with the normal and abnormal radiologic findings for the correct interpretation of HSG.This work shop describes and illustrates the hyster-salpingographic appearances of technical artifacts, normal variants, utrine anomalies and adhesion, and has great concern to fallopian tube evaluation.