The entire non-gravid uterus can be scanned and stored into the system memory in as little as 3 seconds. The resulting multiplanar image displays the uterus in views that are simply not attainable using conventional 2d imaging. Endometrial and uterine deviations such as the bicornuate and septate uterus are documented in the multiplanar's unique horizontal plane. 3D endovaginal ultrasound provides greater diagnostic information in less time resulting in increased diagnostic confidence with better patient acceptance.

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