WHRIA Diagnostics

WHRIA’s pelvic ultrasound clinic specialises in gynaecology, pelvic pain, infertility, Asherman’s Syndrome and endometriosis scanning. Gynaecologists Dr Yasmin Tan and Professor Thierry Vancaillie and women’s health sonographer Kathleen Sweeney work together to offer you the most up-to-date in pelvic ultrasound for:

  • Abnormal uterine bleeding (eg. fibroids)
  • Asherman’s Syndrome assessments and uterine cavity treatments
  • Endometriosis – detailed transvaginal scan assessing for deep infiltrative endometriosis (DIE scan*)
  • IUD placement scan (eg. Mirena)
  • General gynaecology scans – transvaginal and transabdominal
  • Pelvic floor muscle integrity (prolapse, incontinence)
  • Pelvic masses scans (eg. ovarian cysts)
  • Pelvic/perineal pain (visceral and musculoskeletal)
    • Sacroiliac joint pain (SIJ)
    • Tendon and joint diagnostic anaesthetic injections
    • Pudendal nerve diagnostic block
  • Sonohysterogram (to view the endometrial cavity)
  • Fertility assessments – antral follicle count & tubal patency assessments (HyCoSy)

*The DEEP INFILTRATING ENDOMETRIOSIS (DIE) scan is a specialised, dynamic transabdominal and transvaginal ultrasound examination, best performed after a bowel preparation. It aims to looks for deposits of disease on pelvic organs and other pelvic structures, including bowel. It also assesses for indirect signs of endometriosis such as specific site tenderness and mobility of the pelvic organs.
The examination is performed by a dedicated gynaecological sonographer and assessed by a women’s ultrasound specialist who is also an experienced endometriosis surgeon. 

WHRIA Diagnostics is accredited by the National Association of Testing Authorities, Australia (NATA) under the Diagnostic Imaging Accreditation Scheme. Medicare rebates are applicable for these services with a valid referral from your doctor or specialist. 

For enquiries or bookings, please call WHRIA on 1300 722 206.

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Last updated: 16 May 2023

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