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Many causes: Hypoechoic lesions are abnormal areas that appear as darker areas on an ultrasound. They can occur in any part of the body and for a range of reasons. It may be harmless, or may need treatment. The radiologist may be able to determine the cause, or additional tests may be done. ...Read more
Depends: Depends on the size of the cyst, family history, presence of other symptoms and other factors. This may or may not be anything worrisome. Need more information to make a determination of the need for follow up or treatment. Hope this helps. ...Read more
My reports sayin that there is evidence of 5mm sized hypoechoic lesion seen in posterior mymometrium-?fibroid..Can you please suggest somethin in my c
Depend: it depend how old you are and are you still want to have children or not the simplest thing first is to do hystroscopy which is a procedure allow the GYN to look and see inside your uterus to take a biopsy or and remove the fibroid if possible some will do a D&C to take a sample of the whole lining of the uterus either way the goal is to establish the benign nature of the fibroid ...Read more
I have a hypoechoic lesion on my left knee which contains internal echoes and measures 1.3 CM with some internal vascularity. What does this mean?
Abd ultrasound showed 1.7x1.0x1.7 CM hypoechoic lesion in R liver lobe..."difficult to clear internal echoes to confirm simple cyst"...next step?
See below. : Have you pcp review findings with radiologist who read study. Depending upon degree of suspicion of the area, radiologist may only request a short term follow up, pre and post contrast CT, or possibly MRI. The follow up will also depend upon any other findings or symptoms you may have. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Circular hypoechoic lesion (0.7 x 0.6 x 0.5 c) in midpole of right testicle. No internal vascular flow or calcification found. What is the diagnosis?
Cyst: Hypoechoic and avascular generally mean fluid filled. Although you definitely should be examined by a urologist, this most likely represents a testicular cyst. ...Read more
Breast lesion: The radiologist will make an appropriate recommendation regarding the management of breast lesions in the dictated report. Discuss the recommendations with your GYN who is familiar with your personal and family medical history for the best advice. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a breast u/s performed. The report described it as a 12x5x9mm hypoechoic lesion with vascular flow present. Does this sound benign?
Indeterminate Lesion: The findings cannot be characterized as probably benign based on the report. The nodule is in the indeterminate category which means further evaluation (like a biopsy) may well be required. Most such biopsies will turn out negative but it is important to identify the ones that aren't to catch things early. Good luck. ...Read more
My GM aged 93 years has been diagnosed with Hypoechoic lesion in the caudate lobe of liver with metastatic deposits. Is this cancer and what is cure?
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