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Figure 1 (A and B): Imaging studies (A and B) of a 35-year-old woman with secondary infertility. The transvaginal ultrasound study (A) reveals a right-sided hydrosalpinx (red arrows) showing an incomplete septae within (yellow arrow). MRI pelvis (B) of the same patient reveals a small fibroid at the left cornua of the uterus (green arrow) in addition to the dilated right fallopian tube (hydrosaplinx, blue arrow). The features are characteristic of early stage PID.

Figure 1 (A and B): Imaging studies (A and B) of a 35-year-old woman with secondary infertility. The transvaginal ultrasound study (A) reveals a right-sided hydrosalpinx (red arrows) showing an incomplete septae within (yellow arrow). MRI pelvis (B) of the same patient reveals a small fibroid at the left cornua of the uterus (green arrow) in addition to the dilated right fallopian tube (hydrosaplinx, blue arrow). The features are characteristic of early stage PID.