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Bilateral Complex Cystic Lesions Heterogenous Components
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what body part? What type of scan? What symptoms?
I would be happy to consult with you at our mutual convenience. ...Read more
I have a 2.4 heterogeneous hypoechoic solid nodule with cystic components and no increased vascularity or internalcalcification on thyroid. Is it bad?
I just had fna done on 1 of 3 thyroid nodules and report say 3cm heterogeneous soild nodule w/small cystic components, what does this mean?
I have a 2.4 heterogeneous hypoechoic solid nodule with cystic components and no increased vascularity or interna calcification. Shortness of breath?
Not sure: I'm not exactly sure what the question is but I don't like the sound of the mass you describe. It sounds as if this was a breat ultrasound finding. Is that true? If so, what was the physicians recommendation? If my assumptions are correct, there is no definite clear relationship to shortness of breath from a physiologic standpoint, but shortness of breath should to be evaluated. ...Read more
Hi. Should I consider surgery for a Large ill-defined heterogeneous predominately solid nodule with several cystic areas? 4.30cm x 6.06cm × 5.75cm
Lrg mass in the pouch of Doug, based on the "pedicle sign", suspect ovary is the origin, mass is heterogeneous, cystic & hemorrhagic elements?
Us shows large complex cystic right thyroid lesion. 2.8x1.9x1.8cm with layering debris, left lobe heterogeneous. What's the next step?
Thyroid biopsy: Most nodules of the thyroid are benign. However, one should consider biopsy of any nodule that is larger than 1 cm in size. Even though your nodule may be mostly fluid (cystic) containing, it would be advised to do a fine needle biopsy. This is a simple outpatient procedure. ...Read more
Hi I have 2 noduels on my thyroid one is 6.7 cm x2cm in size heterogeneous in echogenicity but predominantly cystic and 5x1.7 hypoechic nod left lobe?
Heterogeneous endometrial stripe with cystic changes. 9mm not promptly thickened. On provera (medroxyprogesterone) 10 days on day of TVUS. Mensus started next day. Age 33.?
What is a innocuous and isoechoic thyroid nodule. Also what is a heterogenous nodule with tiny cystic spaces, it measures 0.7cm?
Hard to say: It's hard to say without seeing the actual images. An isoechoic nodule is typically nonspecific and potentially falls in the indeterminate range (ie need follow up or biopsy). Same thing for a heterogenous "nodule" with tiny cystic spaces. A "complex cyst" with tiny cystic spaces can be a sponge like cyst that is typically benign. ...Read more
The right lobe measures 4.8 x 1.4 x 1.7 cm with heterogenous echotexture and a 3mm cystic lesion with tiny calcification suggestive of colloid cysts.
Liver Ultrasound: This should be discussed with the physician who ordered the test. ...Read more
I have 3.2cm Heterogeneous hypoechoic predominantly solid nodule-cystic, calcification- midpole right lobe increase vascularity what does this mean?
Heterogeneous appearance thyroid gland with complex solid & cystic nodule posterior margin upper pole right lobe 1.5x1.4x1.0cm, what does this mean?
Possible biopsy: Many people have thyroid issues and have ultrasounds that can show a multitude of issues. Most findings are benign and typically are cysts. Biopsies are done routinely for solid nodules to make sure they are benign or not. You may require some thyroid replacement but thyroid blood tests are also required. She your primary or an endocrinologist since they specialize in thyroid issues. Good luck ...Read more
Is a heterogeneous breast mass with posterior attenuation suspicious of malignancy? I have very cystic breasts so US was not that clear.
Generally,: The ultrasound descriptors you mention imply a more suspicious nature. However, all of the imaging and clinical features must be taken into account. Also, keep in mind that "suspicious" in breast imaging implies a chance of malignancy between 2%-95%, which is a huge range, and in fact 75% or so biopsies of suspicious masses turn out benign. ...Read more
46 perimenopausal. TVU showed 4mm cystic area, heterogeneous uterus, 2 mm endo stripe after 15 days bleeding. What followup is recommended?
R/o uterine neoplasi: If you have had bleeding for 2 weeks, have suspicious findinfs on us it would be best to establish what is actually going on> Labs such as fsh lh, progesterone, estradiol should all be checked but the gold standard would be a D&C to rule out any immediate and possibly dangerous pathology ...Read more
I hv few cystic lesions in both the ovaries, wht is it, can it be cured on reducing weight I am 5'2" and 62kg age 25? Can I conceve? Or go under medicin
Probably polycystic: T sounds like you might have polycystic ovarian disease. Pcos as it is now called is common with probably 5% of the world or more suffering from some variant of it. It is not a serious problem, but can lead to increased weight, hair growth and irregular periods. Weight loss will not cure the problem. Pregnancy is harder to achieve, but Clomid (clomiphene) or other medications may help if not by natural means. ...Read more
U/s-3.6x3.3cm complex mass w/ cystic and solid components on r ov. Cystic lesion w/ internal septation, 2.3cm solid mass on l ovary. Ca? What now?
Please help? My ultrasound showed heterogeneous echtexture no cyst or discrete lesions. Isthmus thickness 3.4mm some lobulation right greater left
Inflammation: You are describing inflammatory changes.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: Inside the cyst and is benign with malignant potential. ...Read more
Is it common for patients to have multiple cystic lesions at s2-3 level (4+)? Since imaging alone cannot diagnose lesions, what follow up is needed? What, aside from tarlov cysts, could lesions be?
Little: Reimaging with change in symptoms. Persistance is not change. ...Read more
I had a upper right quadrant ultrasound. Results said " no distinct lesions, diffusely heterogeneous liver". What does diffusely Heterogeneous mean?
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
Trace pelvic free fluid is present. Septated cystic adnexal lesions are seen bilaterally measuring up to 3.8 x 2.7 CM on the left. Can they cause pain
I believe they can: I am not an obgyn but I believe pain can come from these type of lesions especially if there is free pelvic fluid. Get an opinion from a real specialist in the field. ...Read more
All the nurse will say is......you have several cystic lesions in your left breast. What can this mean?
Heterogeneous hypoechoic nodules in bilateral thyroid lower pole, measuring 1.7 CM on the right and 0.5 CM on the left. Is it can be cancerous?
Hello Docs, had US, pls what does this mean, Conclusion: Bilateral benign cystic masses (Bi-RADS Assessment Category 2)n left benign lymph node
Benign: This looks like a good report. Birads 2 is standard for a good result and repeat mammo and us in 1 year. Benign cystic masses are non cancerous growths - cysts - that just need routine periodic evaluation with yearly mammo and us. Looks good! Good luck! ...Read more
I've a large solid tumour where right ovary was with a smaller cystic tumour with solid component in remainder of left ovary. Is this malignant?
I tried anabolicsteroids briefly 3 yrs ago. Just developed a aching lump with cystic/solid components from ultsnd at injection site. What Could it be?
Scar tissue: Repeated injury can cause inflammation, infection, abscess & scar tissue formation. It's a bad idea to inject prescribed medication (example: insulin) repeatedly at the same site. It's a bad idea to use anabolic steroids without medical indication or supervision. You're fortunate that scar tissue is the only complication you suffered & wise to have discontinued this practice. ...Read more
I had tried steroids briefly 3 years ago. Never again. I've developed a 3cm lump recently around injection site with cystic&solid components. Thoughts?
I just ordered the acne face wash pronexin but am afraind it will not be strong enouhg for the cystic type lesions I get. Can I adda topical anti-bi?
Need Rx: Cystic lesions require a physician's supervision (a systemic antibiotic, probably with a combined topical therapy) and generally if they are deep, a dermatologist's (isotretinoin, lasers, more). This is the 21st century and there is no reason that even cystic acne cannot be managed. ...Read more
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