HYCOSY (hysterosalpingo-contrast sonography) n. an out-patient technique that tests for blocked Fallopian tubes. Using transvaginal ultrasonography following the injection of an echo contrast medium through the cervix, flow along the tubes can be reliably visualized. See also Doppler ultrasound.
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