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Complex Adnexal Cyst
I have a 2.6cm adnexal hypoechoic lesion on my left ovary and a 2.2cm complex adnexal cyst on my right ovary what is the difference and treatment plan?
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
Vag ultrasound showed complex left adnexal cyst with increased vascularity surrounding cyst. What does this mean? Bad?
Follow up with dr: There are a couple possibilities to this finding. Bring a copy of the ultrasound for your doctor to review. ...Read more
Thick walled bilateral adnexal cyst, right sided with g septations 5.6cm, left with high density content 7.8cm, does it require surgery?
Perhaps: The right sided cyst sounds lke it may be a complex rather than a simple cyst and is likely to be causing you problems if it hasen't already. I presume your findings are per ultrasound. I would follow suggestions by you gne physician but it sounds like it may need to be resected. Either that or watchful waiting i.e. Repeat ultrasound. It may cause more pain during ovulation. ...Read more
I have a cyst in the left adnexal area that is 2.8 x 2.5 cm with mixed fluid and hypoechoic densities? What precautions do I take if it bursts?
Ovarian cyst: a 2.8 cm cyst is normal for most women, it's probably where you ovulated from, and the mixed densities are old blood. This probably will not burst, so there are no precautions to take. We get concerned with ovarian cysts that are greater than 5 cm or solid, these type need to be followed up on. ...Read more
I had an MRI done and wanted to know what the results mean for this part: close to 19mm right adnexal cyst a small amount of fluid at the pelvis?
12cm centrally located anechoic thin walled cyst extending into adnexal regions. Also have PCOS. Please give more information as to what it might be.
Large ovarian cyst: This is a typical description of a large simple ovarian cyst. It is not the typical description of a cancer. Your OB/GYN should review the US with you and talk about treatment options. Since this cyst is so large, your gynecologsit may consider doing surgery to relieve the pressure being caused by the cyst. ...Read more