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Infertility is a widespread, growing problem. The physical and psychological impact of infertility can be crushing to the infertile persons and to their family. Ultrasound plays a great role in the assessment and management of infertility. It is also an important tool by which it is possible to monitor the growth of the fetus development during the pregnancy, and screen for fetal anomalies.
The mission of our department is to provide comprehensive infertility evaluations using the latest knowledge and innovative research to provide the highest quality of infertility management.
The goals of the department are to conduct research in the field of male and female infertility in order to provide modern, high quality services for infertile couples. The department’s vision is to perform national and international multicentral research with the collaboration of universities and other infertility centers to provide educational courses in diagnostic ultrasound, including transvaginal, color Doppler, power Doppler, 3D/4D imaging and radiology for radiologists, gynecologists and fellowships.
The Reproductive Imaging Department was established in 2008. Our department performs female and male infertility assessment and pregnancy monitoring using 2D, 3D, color Doppler, ultrasound, hysterosalpingography, 3D hysterosonography, vasography, and transrectal ultrasonography techniques.
The department also offers a fellowship in reproductive imaging for radiologists in order to establish a high standard of education and training in the field of reproductive imaging.

 

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