uterine cavity

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the space inside the uterus between the cervical canal and the Fallopian tubes

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24,25) An additional feature that can be helpful is the "interstitial line sign," representing a thin echogenic line extending from the endometrial canal directly to the gestational sac, representing the cornual segment of the endometrial canal or interstitial portion of the fallopian tube (Figure 10).
There is smooth, broad and minimal indentation of myometrium or fibrous component into the endometrial canal (<1 cm).
Endometrial polyps can be sessile or pedunculated and can protrude into the endometrial canal.
An intracavitary leiomyoma is almost entirely within the endometrial canal (Figure 2).
A normally positioned IUCD lies in the midline of the endometrial canal, equidistant from the uterine margins.
A midline septum separates 2 endometrial canals and cervices.