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Focal calcification within the endometrium, what's meaning?

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Dr. Edward Schmidt
Radiology 35 years experience
Previous hemorrhage.: May represent old endometrial hemorrhage.
Dr. Marina Landa
Pathology 32 years experience
Most probably benign: Most probably focal calcifications not in endometrium, but in endometrial stroma and in association with uterine leiomyomas/benign smooth muscle uterine tumor. Sometimes leiomyomas show degenerative changes including focal calcifications. Another possibility, post cesarean section scar can reveal calcifications.

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A 32-year-old female asked:

Focal calcification in endometrium?

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Dr. Taj Jiva
Dr. Taj Jivaanswered
Internal Medicine 45 years experience
Nothing: Focal calcification means scar tissue or fibroid that has been calcified in the uterus. It may mean nothing unless associated with symptoms.

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Last updated Sep 28, 2016

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