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Echo Free Cyst
I'm a 22 years old and have enlargement in left ovary (17 cc) with unilocular echo free cyst (31×22 mm) with mild cul-de-sac fluid. What is treatment?
Observation: And maybe repeat an ultrasound in 2 months ...Read more
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
My 13 years old younger sister has echo free encapsulated cyst in her ovary which is 21.6mm*15.4mm?
Likely ovulatory: Cyst about to release an eggGet a more detailed answer ›
I have simple right ov. Cyst of 6*5 CM echo free thin wall in last month. This month it become 4*5 CM with same apperance. Is it need surgery?
Painful 5cm complex ov cyst w/debris, low level echoes & mild free fluid in cul de sac. 27yo. Likelihood of malignancy? Can this cause urine frequency
Malignancy: In your age group (27 is correct, yes?) not terribly high for malignancy but not out of the question. benign tumor (non-cancer) or functional cyst is much more likely. Clinical history would be very helpful, blood testing sometimes too. Very dubious that it would cause urinary frequency. Hope this help! ...Read more
Internal echoes: It means that the fluid is not homogenous. When the ultrasound beam passes thru fluid (or anything), a part of it bounces back or 'echoes' if it encounters something else. It is works exactly like sonar works over a body of water. So internal echoes in cyst fluid could be due to debris or blood mixed in with the fluid, or other things. ...Read more
Criss-crossed: All true cysts are abnormal, epithelially-lined, closed, fluid-filled structures. Some are tumors, some are developmental problems, some have other causes. If there are multiple echoes, the cyst is crisscrossed by sometime, perhaps sheets that may make it harder to aspirate the contents all at once; it may be a group of many little cysts. ...Read more
To present the spectrum of sonographic findings associated with hemorrhagic ovarian
cysts. Experience with making specific and correct diagnosis of hemorrhagic cysts with the
use of sonography was reviewed, and the spectrum of sonographic findings was identified. Endovaginal sonography facilitated excellent visualization of internal architectural details of an adnexal
mass, which enabled specific diagnosis of hemorrhagic cysts instead of other adnexal massesA hemorrhagic cyst is a common and important entity to recognize and diagnose correctly,
and because it can be confused with more ominous conditions, it is important to recognize its
specific diagnostic patterns ...Read more
Wt loss: We need more info like age and is it simple cyst or complex cyst etc. I am assuming it is simple cyst in a reproductive age group, then no need to worry ask her to loose weight then most cysts regress without problem. Her gynecologist might give her more info regarding further management. ...Read more
I have been using puregon, and im now on my 6th month. I had an echo today, and they say a 20mm cyst. Should I be worried?
Not simple: Simple cysts have no echoes and complicated cysts have high level echoes. Low level echoes means cysts that are less complex but not simple. These cysts need more aggressive treatment and confirmation that they resolve. ...Read more
On my notes, it says "the left ovary contains a 32x25x34mm cyst with internal echos Consistent with haemorrhaging cyst" Will this hurt the baby?
Had TV uss 18/08/15 ovaries normal. Rescan 11/9/15 right sided 6cm complex cyst 1 septation low level echoes explain pls awaiting rescan in 6 weeks?
Unsure answer: This is difficult to explain without the history as to why the first ultrasound was done and if normal why the second one was done then as well. Also important whether period is active and still ovulating. This second ultrasound shows a probable fluid in a cyst with separation but this appears in 3 months so may mean nothing but make sure follow as they are doing. Need to consult with your Dr. ...Read more
Why would a 6.6cm cyst with echoes on ultrasound be visible after 6 weeks, however not visible on the scan another 4 weeks later and symptoms remain?
My uss report says: the right ovary has volume of 19.2cc's, there is a small complex cyst right ovary containing internal echoes. What does this mean?
SUGGEST DOPPLER U/S: Altho not enough info, I would recommend having a doppler ultrasound and follow the cyst with another ultrasound after your next period. It could go away on its own, but if it doesn't, it could be a dermoid or endometrioma, both of which are benign. Although I would not be too concerned about cancer at this time, keep an eye on it. I do not think that a ca125 blood test is necessary yet. ...Read more
What is nodule with posterior acoustic enhancement but with internal echoes which may represent complex cyst?
Ultrasound: It sounds like you had an ultrasound of your abdomen? It is difficult to give a proper answer without the full radiologic report. Cysts are common findings in the human body. ...Read more
Larger of 2 cysts is 21x19 with internal echoes indicating that it is complex. What does that mean and does it sound or mean cancer?
Ask your physician: The dr who ordered or did the test needs to interpret the findings for you. A specialist here might help, but you still need to ask your dr. Don't jump to the conclusion of cancer - cysts can vary in type - not only cancers. Your doctor will suggest the next steps -A full interpretation of results and a Tx plan are part of your medical care. Ask until you understand. ...Read more
5.1 complex cyst on ovary with septations and internal echos but avascular. I'm only 26 should I be scared about this? Dr mentioned blood cyst maybe?
Female, 62, mild abd. Discomfort 1year. Us showes 4.7 CM mild ovarian complex cyst with internal echoes. Radiologist reprts physiologic vs hemarrog. Cyst?
Yes: That would be the differential of the cyst that should be followed but doubt it is the source of the abdunal pain unless free fluid was also seen? No other information given on the us? ...Read more
I've had multiple bilateral simple renal cysts for a few years. Recent ultrasound shows internal echoes in one of them. Can simple cyst turn complex?
Yes: A simple cyst can become more complex if bleeding or infection occurs within it. Rarely, intracystic malignancy can occur. If it is just some low level echoes, it is probably nothing to worry about. If there are multiple renal cysts, it is not uncommon for one or two to have some internal echoes. If there are no suspicious features, sometimes they are ignored, followed with serial US, or f/uCT ...Read more
Ultrasound reports an involuting cyst in R ovary with lobulated borders and internal echoes 1.9 CM as well as simple cyst 9cm Next course of action?
My Right Ovary has endometrial cyst. Measures 11.6x10.2x10.8cm and converted to a thick walled unilocular cyst w/homogenous low lvl echoes. Pls explain?
Cyst: An endometrial cyst involves the development of one of the ovaries with endometrial tissue. This is also known as a "chocolate cyst" as it looks like chocolate when viewed directly with endoscopy. The description is what the cyst looks on ultrasound the term "unilocular cyst with homogenous low level echoes" describes the cystic part which is a follicle on the ovary evveloped by endomterial tissue ...Read more
Please explain 20ml complex ovarian cyst containing internal echoes measuring 3.3 x 2.2 x 3cm also containing focal hyperechoic densities?
Fibrin in cyst: Ovarian cysts frequently will have stuff inside. When they do not, it is a simple cyst. When there is bleeding in to the cyst, they become complex. This causes all kinds of findings on ultrasound. Blood clots look like clumps and fibrin can cause stranding. All usually clear up ...Read more
Ii have a anechoic cyst 1.7x1.7x1.5 And left ovarian complex mass heterOgeneous internal Echo suggestion of internal vascularity 2.0x1.7x1.5. help?
I consulted dr they said 3.5cm complex left ovarian cyst with low level internal echoes within it so I m worried will I get concieve without any probl?
Need Fertility Exam: I would refer you to a fertility specialist. Certainly a complex ovarian cyst can be secondary to endometriosis which can adversely affect fertility. Ovarian cyst resulting from polycystic ovary syndrome – a constellation of small cysts in the ovaries, irregular periods, elevated androgens – can contribute to fertility problems. A fertility exam is required for specific answers. ...Read more
Complex cysts, filled with internal echoes. Cyst is thick-walled with peripheral blood flow what does that mean? On ovaries
Removed endometrioma last year. Echo shows a 5 CM septated cyst with solid 2 mts ago. MRI shows nothing last month. Still have pain. What is happening?
Have recently had my 19 week fetal anomoly scan, on the scan notes it says " abnormal findings on brain unusual echo texture may be due to multiple cysts" I asked what this ment and they couldn't give me any answers apart from "i have never seen this bef
Referral: Ask to be referred to a specialist in maternal fetal medicine. ...Read more
An echocardiogram (also called an echo) is a type of ultrasound test that uses high-pitched sound waves that are sent through a device called a transducer. The device picks up echoes of the sound waves as they bounce off the different parts of your heart. These echoes are turned into moving pictures of your heart that can be seen ...Read more
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