This course is designed to familiarize students with the normal physiology of the female reproductive system. Study content includes both normal anatomy and congenital anomalies of the uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. Scanning of first trimester pregnancy is covered using transabdominal (TAS) and transvaginal (TVS) scanning techniques. Evaluation of the viability of the fetus and measuring techniques for gestational dating are emphasized. Students actively practice scanning normal gynecology in the student lab and obstetric scanning in the clinical course. Case studies and imaging critique are addressed throughout the semester. Prerequisites: DMS 101, DMS 102. Note: For students starting the DMS program effective Fall 2016, the Prerequisites are: DMS 101, DMS102, ENG101.