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Appearance Was Hyperechoic
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My kidney sonogram shows the parenchymal echogenicity appears slightly hypoechoic unjformly, what is that means?
Renal echogenicity: Renal echogenicity is a sign of scaring or increased density of the kidney and implies underlying medical kidney disease. You should see a Nephrologist (Internest specializing in kidney disease) as soon as possible for a kidney workup. This will include urine and blood tests to ascertain whether you have a medical condition causing this. ...Read more
Breast ultrasound say oval circumscribed benign appearing mass posterior enhancement measuring 8x5x8 mm likely represents a complicated cyst is mean?
My 12 yo's thyroid sono came back w/3 nodule- each >1cm: 1)slightly hypoechoic heterogeneous, 2)heterogeneously isoechoic w/internal vascularity 3) hetergenously hypoechoic w/in gland. How bad is it?
My ultrasound says ...Parenchymal echopattern is homogenous with hypoechoic foci measuring 1.7 x 1.1 x 1.6 cm. What does it mean/?
I had a upper right quadrant ultrasound. Results said " no distinct lesions, diffusely heterogeneous liver". What does diffusely Heterogeneous mean?
Possibly diet: Liver is affect by what we eat. For example alcohol can cause that appearance . Fatty foods also change the texture of the liver. There are various illness that also can change the liver. It is best talk to your doctor to see if there is an underlying reason. Sometimes it is just the way it is ...Read more
Ultrasound findings , abnormal bleeding for 5 weeks..Endometrium thickness was 0.7cm uterus is diffusley heterogeneous calcifications both ovaries?
Dysfunctional Bleed: Abnormal bleeding could be caused by an endometrial abnormality such as a polyp or tumor. A hysterosonogram, in which saline is instilled into the uterine cavity during ultrasound may provide more information. An endometrial biopsy will likely be needed to better define the problem. Irregular bleeding may also be experienced in the perimenopausal period. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had an ultrasound yesterday of my thyroid it say borderline mildly enlarged thyroid is mildly heterogenous and lobulated without discrete nodule?
Well defimed oval hyperechoic lesion measurin 12 11 mm.Dr suspect angiomyolipoma.Can it be malignant?
Usually not: Angiomyolipomas of the kidney suspected on ultrasound can be quickly assessed with non contrast dedicated renal ct. If gross fat is seen on ct then it is a benign angiomyolipoma and you are done with the evaluation. ...Read more
Transvaginal ultrasound showed hyperechoic foci within cervix with mildy thickening of endometrium. Pregnant. What does this mean?
Thyroid ultrasound says I had a 12 mmx6 mmx5mm peripherally vascular nodule in my left lobe that was heterogeneous. Partly solid/cystic. Cancer?
What is Myometrial heterogenity. Uterus is Anteverted,Meas. 88*48*54 mm. Just bulky in size with normal echotexture. Endometrium: Meas. 6mm.
Ultrasound showed liver with mild coarsened echotexture and a hypoechoic well-circumscribed lesion . Is this a cyst?
My diagnosis was: gallbladder is partially distended, showing two echogenic foci , not casting posterior acoustic shadowing , measuring 3.0 mm.
Polyp or cholesterol: Gall stones cast acoustic shadows , with out as you describing , may be polyps , which have high incidence of malignant transformation in a large polyp, or cholesterol deposits , causes severe cholecystitis. As in strawberry gb either way in a symptomatic case surgery advised please speak to your doctor. ...Read more
Hi,I had a partial Thyroidectomy in 2008 (papillary carcinoma)I've just had a CT scan that said lobulated heterogenous appearance.Normal?
1.5x6x1.1 CM ill defined heterogeneous hypoechoic area internal vascularity no central calcifications on a diffusely heterogeneous lobe. Is this bad?
My liver ultrasound shows normal size and contour with coarsened, hyperechoic and heterogeneous echotexture without obscuration of the portal triads. ?
That is: a nonspecific description and there are a number of inflammatory and infiltrative processes that could cause that appearance. However, in the vast majority of cases in otherwise healthy individuals, it is due to benign fatty infiltration. ...Read more
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