IVF and ICSI What is meant by IVF? IVF stands for Invitro fertilization which means putting the sperms with the ova in a dish in the nursery waiting for spontaneous fertilization through the penetration of the ova by sperms without …

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Laparoscopy Definition of laparoscopic operation It is a short and simple surgery performed in the abdomen or pelvis and is used either to examine and diagnose a condition or to perform operations through 3-4 small abdominal wounds through which the …

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Hysteroscopy Definition of hysteroscopy Hysteroscopy is one of the diagnostic and therapeutic means in the field of gynecology and infertility, which depends on the introduction of a medical endoscope in the cervix through the vagina to the uterus Types of …

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Hysterosalpingoraphy (HSG) Introduction to X-ray X -rays is one of the diagnostic radiology facilities that are used in the field of gynecology and obstetrics with dye in hysterosalpingography (HSG) to visualize  the uterus and fallopian tubes, but we will explain …

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Computerized tomography (CT) scan The idea of ​​a CT scan Regular rays differ from CT scans in that ordinary rays draw shadows of organs without distinguishing what is inside, while CT scans show the organ from the inside, and therefore …

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Ultrasound What is ultrasound? Is a technology that uses ultrasound in medical imaging and uses sound waves with frequencies greater than 20 kHz, which is greater than the frequencies heard by the human ear. How the ultrasound works? The idea …

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Semen analysis The normal result for semen analysis according to the latest WHO specifications for 2010: The amount of semen in the sample: from 1.5 ml to 5 ml Number of sperm: The normal number of sperm is not less …

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