Hot-Tip: Fluid in the Pouch of Douglas

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It is important to assess both the anterior and posterior pelvic cul-de-sacs for the presence of fluid during a gynecological ultrasound.  Theresa Jorgensen RDCS, RDMS, RVT points out the relevant anatomy as well as an example of normal physiologic free fluid found in an asymptomatic female.

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