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What does this HSG test result indicate?

Last week i had done my hsg ny report says: Moderately marked dilatation of the fimbrial end of left fallopian tube is seen. Free peritoneal spill is seen on this side.There is mild dilatation of the fimbrial end of the right fallopian tube, free peritoneal spill is seen. What does it mean?? What my report says plz answer me.
Tue, 13 Dec 2016
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Hi,
Thanks for posting in HCM.
I understand your concern.
The following things can be inferred based on the HSG report findings you have furnished.
1. On the left side, there is moderately marked dilation of Fallopian tube at the fimbrial end. This is considered as normal. Free peritoneal spill is seen. It states that the Fallopian tube is patent.
2. On the right side, there is mild dilatation of Fallopian tube at the fimbrial end. This can be considered as normal. Free peritoneal spill is seen. Hence, it states that the Fallopian tube is patent.
From the above findings it could be concluded that dilatation on both sides are normal and the tubes are patent on both sides.
Hope the information provided would be helpful.
All the best.
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What does this HSG test result indicate?

Hi, Thanks for posting in HCM. I understand your concern. The following things can be inferred based on the HSG report findings you have furnished. 1. On the left side, there is moderately marked dilation of Fallopian tube at the fimbrial end. This is considered as normal. Free peritoneal spill is seen. It states that the Fallopian tube is patent. 2. On the right side, there is mild dilatation of Fallopian tube at the fimbrial end. This can be considered as normal. Free peritoneal spill is seen. Hence, it states that the Fallopian tube is patent. From the above findings it could be concluded that dilatation on both sides are normal and the tubes are patent on both sides. Hope the information provided would be helpful. All the best.