"ovaristic ultrasound," also known as an ovarian ultrasound

Diagnose ovarian cysts: It can help identify the presence, size, and type of cysts in the ovaries.

Evaluate infertility issues: Ovarian ultrasounds can monitor the development of follicles in the ovaries during the menstrual cycle and help determine if ovulation is occurring.

 Assess polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS): PCOS is a common condition in which multiple small cysts develop on the ovaries. An ultrasound can be part of the diagnostic process.

Investigate pelvic pain or abnormal bleeding: If a woman experiences pelvic pain or unusual bleeding, an ovarian ultrasound may be used to examine the ovaries for any abnormalities.

Monitor ovarian health during pregnancy: Ovarian ultrasounds can be performed during pregnancy to ensure that the ovaries are functioning properly and that there are no complications.

Ovarian ultrasounds are a safe and non-invasive way to gather valuable information about a woman's reproductive health.