Abstract Volume:4 Issue-2 Year-2016 Original Research Articles
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The aim of this study was to test velocimetric pattern of ovarian blood vessels in threatened abortion by Transvagimal colour Doppler ultrasound and to compare it with normal asymptomatic pregnancy, with gestational age ranging from 5 week to 16 weeks of pregnancy. We enrolled 120 patient from August 2011 to Sep 2013. Patient were divided in two groups according to the symptoms. One was study group (patients who presented here with features of threatened abortion) and other was control group with normal asymptomatic pregnancy. Ovarian velocimetric pattern was found abnormal in 37% of untreated patient who fail to continue pregnancy while 63% patient were able to continue pregnancy with abnormal ovarian velocimetric pattern after taking treatment, 21% of asymptomatic pregnancy shows abnormal wave forms with resistivity Index of 0.77 to 0.98, Which were treated timely before the appearance of symptoms and continue pregnancy till term. So higher the resistivity index of ovarian vessels higher the chances of miscarriage. Colour Doppler ultrasound is a safe, painless, non invasive diagnostic test, which seems to be very helpful in prevention of future fetal losses in asymptomatic symptomatic as well as in patient, at very early gestational age.
How to cite this article:Ruchika Garg, Rachna Agarwal, Mukul Chandra, Meenal Jain and Sadhana Singh. 2016. Colour Doppler Study of ovarian blood vessel in threatened abortion and comparison with asymptomaic normal pregnancy.Int.J.Curr.Res.Aca.Rev. 4(2): 160-163