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Echogenic Mass In Uterus
Seen on ultrasound: Means they saw something (a mass)in the endometrium (the inner lining of the uterus). Further discussion with your gynecologist is warranted and possible further testing or imaging might be needed. Cannot tell you anything more than that. Many times these are benign polyps but need to discuss with provider who ordered the test. Sorry not more helpful. Best of luck with this. Dr R
It is most likely: A benign fibroid, but talk to your doctor about the results to make sure.
My partner recently had an ultrasound done, and it came back that she has an "oval echogenic mass located adjacent to the uterus". ..help plz?
I have 2 leiomyomas in my uterus of different sizes a cyst in my left ovary and in the right is a 9.1 x 5.8 x 7.8-cm mixed echogenicity mass. Surgery?
Probably: The fibroids are not terribly concerning but a complex ovarian cyst is usually removed
7 weeks pp with continuous vaginal bleeding. Ultrasound said uterus contains avascular heterogenous mass with bright echogenic component.?
Uterus pp: After 7 weeks pp your uterus should be of normal size. I would definetly be worried about it and would perform an HCG quantitative to make sure its zero. There are serious pathologies that can ocurr pp or after any type of pregnancy. Also placenta might be retained inside the uterus. Please follow up with your doctor.
Mixed echogenic mass measuring 4.1cm x 4.1cm is seen in the fundal region. UTERINE fibroid was concluded. Will it reduce my chance of getting pregnant?
Polyp, fibroid: I am assuming that you had an ultrasound because of a problem. The ultrasound shows an abnormality in the lining. This either represents a fibroid or a polyp, most likely. You should have also have an endometrial biopsy because of your age. The best way to evaluate this and treat it is with a procedure called a hysteroscopy.
What does the uterus is anteverted and in position measuring 9.2x6x5 CM. The uterus is regular and contour and heterogeneous in echogenicity mean?
Anteversion just: Means tilt (normal) and the size of the uterus is normal. Heterogeneity is a nonspecific term that means not all of the uterus looks the same. The report should indicate what (if any) significance there is to this finding. Uterine heterogeneity can be seen with uterine fibroids and adenomyosis (both of which can be associated with pelvic pain and other symptoms).
24 f, uterus measures 7.45 x 8.8 x 3.42cm. It is ante-verted flexed position and echogenic pattern. Uterus size increased in 1year. What's this mean?
Uterus: The two main things that come to mind are early fibroids and adenomyosis. A nonspecific enlargement of the uterus outside of pregnancy is often times seen in adenomyosis. Though I have to tell you, the measurements you are giving here are fairly normal uterine size. It could also be the technique used to measure and not a true enlargement.
Uniform: The tissue appears uniform on ultrasound, usually meaning it is the same composition. Read more about how ultrasound works here: http://www. Conciergeradiologist. Com/how-ultrasound-works. Html.See 1 more doctor answer
Uterus demonstrates a homogeneous echogenic appearance no suspicious masses or free fluid in the culdesac. What does that mean?
Explanation: That means your ultrasound examination is normal.See 1 more doctor answer
Uterus measures 8.1 x 3.2 x 5.3 CM myometrium appears heterogeneous, 2 tiny echogenic foci seen anterior to endometrium. What's this mean?
Probable fibroids: This probably means that you have small fibroids. These are the most common tumors of the female reproductive tract and almost never are or become cancerous. You only worry about them when they cause symptoms. Adenomyosis (internal endometriosis) can cause heterogenaity but does not usually show up on ultrasound.
TVS showed a mass 1.3 in the opening canal of uterus? What could it be?, is it something to worry about?
A polyp or fibroid: These conditions are both be ignGet a more detailed answer ›
My ultratstates that I have a heterogeneous well circumscribed mass mid to upper uterus what's does this mean?
Mass on CT: You have a bump from something on your upper uterus. Discuss with the Dr. Who ordered the test.
Scan showed a large mass high in uterus. Went for two ultrasounds 2 months apart and it's not visible. How can this happen? Can a mass disappear?
Ultrasound: An actual mass would not disappear. Either the first radiologist interpreted something as a mass that was not really a uterine mass. Or the second radiologist did not see the mass. Maybe the two radiologists can look at their readings together and give you an explanation.
36 f have lobulated mass lesion approx 10cm in the left adhnexal region. The lesion is compressing n displacing the uterus to the right side. Wht 2 do?
See a doctor: There are many possibilities what this could be. You should have an evaluation with a gynecologist. Depending on your physical exam and radiographic/ultrasound studies, they may recommend a number of therapies from medication, to surgery, to consultation with another specialist. 10 cm is a good sized mass. This needs to be looked into further.See 1 more doctor answer