Endovaginal (within the vagina) ultrasound; or transvaginal (across or through the vagina) or pelvic ultrasound; a diagnostic method using a probe vaginally to inspect a woman's reproductive organs. This method is used in diagnosing birth defects, infections such as pelvic inflammatory disease, cancers and non-cancerous growths of the uterus, ovaries, vagina, and other pelvic structures.

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