Doctor insights on: Heterogenous echo
What does it mean for the endometrium: Normal thickness but of somewhat heterogenous echo texture and with several echgenic foci with in?
Endometrial contents: This means that the sonogram detected something inside of the cavity but that they were unable to determine exactly what it was. This is typically followed up with an endometrial biopsy and some method to evaluate the cavity. The two most common approaches are a sonohystogram or a hysteroscopy ...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
Us shows thyroid w mild heterogenous echo pattern and posterior to the inferior aspect of right lobe a parathyroid cyst. What does this all mean?
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Why did you have your Thyroid checked in the first place? We advise people not to do a test unless it is clearly indicated, i.e you are looking for a cause for a symptom or medical complaint. Otherwise we end up finding things (like your report) which may not matter, yet provoke much unnecessary anxiety.
Your Thyroid gland is fine....it is normal report. Your doctor should have already told you so. ...Read more
US of thyroid diffusely heterogeneous with multiple sub-centimeter nodules, 6mm isthmus, index nodules mixed echo-texture, what does this mean?
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?
TVS done 7thday of Period. Myometrium show heterogeneous echoes with multiple small bright spots. Color Dopler show increased vascularity in myometrium?
What does this mean. My prostate demonstrate a heterogeneous echo pattern with parenchymal concretions? Does this mean I have prostate cancer?
2 thyroid echos 2004 w. small nodes, 1st w. normal homogeneous lobes + isthmus, 2nd shrunken heterogeneous. Never rechecked. Low hormones since. Bad?
Cold nodule...: Cold nodules are bad compared to hot. More likely to malignant.....get checked. ...Read more
Had a ultrasound done and my report says thAt thyroid lobes demonstrate a very heterogeneous appear. No module increased echo and is familiar to sur st?
Thyroid U/S: Hi. Why was the thyroid ultrasound done? Your gland sounds characteristic of an autoimmune gland (Usually Hashimoto's, but also seen in Graves'). Has your doc checked TPO and thyroglobulin antibodies? Not a bad idea. How is your thyroid function? Your last sentence is unclear..."familiar to sur st"? I get "module" is nodule. WTF is "sur st"? Ah, guessing...keeps medicine interesting! Good luck! ...Read more
Hello, my girlfriend diagnosed with enlarged thyroid gland with heterogeneous echo pattern consider thyroid parenchymal disease, what does that mean?
Thyroid big: 24 M from Philippines states girlfriend has enlarged thyroid with echo showing scatter suggestive of thyroid disease. This means she has an enlarged thyroid. But the cause cannot be determined. She needs to see a thyroid specialist/endocrinologist to figure out what is going on. They will know what is the most likely prob in your part of the world and how to best evaluate and treat her if needed. ...Read more
36 years male born with hep B. 2007 liver biopsy showed minimal to no inflammation. I did 2 US in 2011 and 2014 show coarse heterogeneous echo texture?
Hep B: How are your Liver function test. Might also get Hep B DNA levels as well. If all that is normal then simply monitor liver function test and repeat US after few months. Did you receive any treatment for Hep B after initial diagnosis if so for how long? Any questions see a goof hepatologist (liver doc) ...Read more
Both lobes demonstrate a mildly heterogeneous echo pattern. Right mid love complex solid mixed echo solid nodule demonstrating calcification and increased vascularity. Measures 2.8 cm x 1.7x1.7cm Bloodwork came back with a thyroglobulin of 251 all other b
Can you please translate my CT results and indicate any potential diagnosis? Liver: heterogeneous enhancement with nutmeg pattern in the periphery of the liver, most pronounced in the caudal aspect of the right lobe". I had a good echo, good sleep study
NoT: Without a proper full consult and evaluation. Insufficient information. Additionally, this forum is not meant to substitute for such. ...Read more
My endometrial stripe was 2mm. No period in 3 months. Uterus showed "mild heterogeneous echo texture, sm. Follicular cysts right ovary. Normal?
It sounds: Like the scan was essentially unremarkable, based on your description. ...Read more
Tsh 6.0, T4 normal, heterogeneous echo, no nodules, chronic high ANA (23 yrs no sle) thyroglob. 67, no thyroid antib., sister w/thyroid c. Next steps?
Endocrinologis: If TSH is high and gland is enlarge, your doctor might want to give you treatment, with thyroid hoimone to normalize the TSH and reduce the size of the gland, the fact that you have a positive ANA, should not change the decision.. There are familial thyroid cancers that are part of syndromes called familial men for multiple endocrine neoplasia. Discuss it with md. ...Read more
My thyroid is underactive. My ultrasound showed diffusely heterogeneous echo pattern, diffusely heterogeneous hypervascular thyroid gland, no thyroid enlargement, no evidence of focal abnormality, no evidence of cyst, mass or calcification. I have been pu
Hashimoto's disease: It sounds like you might have Hashimoto's thyroiditis. Consider a consultation with an endocrinologist. ...Read more
Diagnosed grossly hypothyroid /hashimoto, feeling worse as weeks go by, ultrasound scan reads thyroid demonstrates a heterogenous nodular echo texture?
Typically: Loaded question and depends on what finding you are referring to. There are other tests that may be more accurate but not always indicated. Such as a cardiac MR. Depending on what you are looking for an echocardiogram is usually a good first test and depending on the results you may not need to perform further testing ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer