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Adnexal Masses Separate From Ovary And Uterus
Both sides: "Bilateral" means on both sides, as opposed to "uni-lateral", one side. ...Read more
Plz explain my ultrsound report the anteverted uterus mesure 79x48x45mm
a 6mm secretory phase endometrium is seen
the left ovary measure 11cc and the right ovary measure 8cc no fluids or adnexal mass is seen.
the myometrium appears heterogeneous in ?
Looking for?: For postmenopausal women, transvaginal ultrasound evaluation of endometrial thickness may be used as an initial study to evaluate for endometrial neoplasia in selected women. For these women, it is reasonable to defer endometrial sampling if the endometrial thickness is <4 mm. Pelvic ultrasound is the imaging study of choice for the evaluation of an adnexal mass. ...Read more
Tvs says I have corpus luteum in left ovary and few follicles in right ovary. Both no adnexal masses. Can be mistaken for ovarian pregnancy. Neg.Test?
More info.: If i understand you correctly, your pregnancy test is negative but your transvaginal ultrasound shows ovarian cysts? Why did you have the ultrasound? At your age benign causes for ovarian cysts are most likely, but consultation with your gynecologist who ordered the ultrasound would be most appropriate to exclude more sinister causes. ...Read more
Following miscarriage on 18/03 scan showed within endometrium is heterogeneous content. AP = 13.5mm. No adnexal masses or free fluid. Is this normal?
I recently had a CT scan. They found that i had bilateral low attenuation adnexal masses. What should I do?
Mri says adnexal lesion 3x2cm near the uterus, not ovary. T/v u/s says in pelvic sidewall.Solid low density. Gyn/onc says benign, should it biopsied?
Uterus demonstrates a homogeneous echogenic appearance no suspicious masses or free fluid in the culdesac. What does that mean?
Hypoechoic masses noted anterior and posterior on myometriom largest measuring 29*2.2cm of Uterus. Pains sometimes. No bleeding. Should I worry?
Uterus: enlarged and measured about 100 & 56mm. Multiple hyperechoic masses seen in all over the uterus. Biggeronemeasuringabout40 &35mm posterior ?
Probably Fibroids: Symptoms often include pelvic fullness and/or pressure, or heavy menstrual periods. Often, though, women with fibroids have no symptoms at all. If minor symptoms, i would recommend reevaluation in 4-6 months, to see if they are growing in size. If stable, leave them alone. If growing, consider removal via hysterectomy. If you experience any bleeding, given your age, you should seek medical advice. ...Read more
Women who have previously benign complex adnexal mass on ovary are more at risk developing further on same ovary ovarian cancer?
Adnexal mass: It is a mass that is seen in the area adjacent to the uterus. Usually this means that it is related to the fallopian tube or ovary on that given side. There are many different things that can be called an "adnexal mass" (i.e. Ovarian cyst, abscess, neoplasm, fibroid, etc). Discuss this with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Just had cystectomy on 12/5/14 & Left ovary had cystadenoma.still have severe pain&had transvaginal US and there is 5.5cm adnexal mass. Cancer??
Most likely not.: Most ovarian cysts, even those with a glandular component, are benign, altho they can be quite painful. Multiple and/or recurrent cysts are, unfortunately, fairly common. Please follow up with your doctor. While you may need a repeat cystectomy, we can offer medications that help prevent recurrences. I know you're uncomfortable but please don't worry about cancer. It's very unlikely. ...Read more
Women with complex adnexal mass need to remove the entire ovary for complete pathologic analysis?
Does doctore need to remove complex adnexal mass with intire ovary for complete pathologic diagnosis?
No: You need to remove the whole adnexal mass for a complete path diagnosis, you do not need to remove ovary to make a diagnosis. In risky cases, the ovary should sometimes be removed too, though. ...Read more
Women who have previously complex adnexal mass are at greater risk of developing further on same ovary avarian cancer?
I have a right adnexal mass on my ovaries but partially cystic? What is a adnexal mass? What does partially cystic mean?
Variable answer: Adnexal mass refers to the area around the ovary that has an undiagnosed mass by imaging studies or exam. Partially cystic refers to a fluid filled sac or cyst within or around the ovary. It implies that the rest of the mass may be solid. Follow up is important to determine the reason for a mass and whether or not it is increasing in size. Follow up with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Normal findings...: If you've never been pregnant or its been awhile since you were, your uterus can be quite small. Ovaries are sometimes just hard to find. They are small and not in a fixed location so they hide behind bowel gas, stool, or other structures in the pelvis. Small ovaries are hardly ever diseased. Its the enlarged ovaries we tend to worry about and they are easier to see. Best wished! ...Read more
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