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Lesion On Uterus
It is more likely to be a fibroid or something benign.
Uterine cancer typically starts on the lining of the uterus and can then grow into the muscle. But if the lining was not thick on the ultrasound, then the chance of cancer is smaller. A nodule within the wall/ muscle of the uterus is more likely a fibroid. Please follow up w your gyn. ...Read more
Mri says adnexal lesion 3x2cm near the uterus, not ovary. T/v u/s says in pelvic sidewall. Solid low density. Gyn/onc says benign, should it biopsied?
In the report I got enlarged uterus size 85×45 mm shows a hypoechoic lesion of 28×24 mm along lower part of anterior wall?
Not clear at this pt: Could be a fibroid. Could be something more dangerous. Are you going to have a biopsy done? An additional study? Depends on other features, your age and health history, accompanying symptoms of bleeding, pain, weight loss, fatigue, etc. Which are not stated. Please follow up with your OB-Gyn dr. ...Read more
Echo lesion 53x45x43 mm at fundus region in uterus. How big is this? Does this require immediate surgery?
53. Mm is about two inches.
If fundus of uterus this is large but not all that uncommon and unless other symptoms, or bleeding is not an emergency.
See gyn for advice. ...Read more
13mm uterus stripe. Cystic lesion low level echo with septation, has vascular flow. What should be done?
Not enough info: The endometrial stripe is normal. You need to ask for more details regarding the cystic lesion. Where is the cystic lesion --uterus, ovary or somewhere else? Then discuss with the doctor ordering the test to explain the results and go through the treatment options with you. ...Read more
Please explain Uterus with no myometrial lesion. The endometrium is slightly thickened at 0.97 cm and intact minimal free fluid in the culdesac?
These are all normal.
1. No myometrial lesions means no fibroids or adenomysis or anything worse.
2. The Endometrial lining is normal for your age
3. A small amount of fluid in cul-de-sac (lowest part of the pelvis) is normal ...Read more
The uterus measures 7.2 x 3.3 x 4.5 cm. The endometrial echo complex measures 0.7 cm in combined thickness. No focal myometrial lesion is noted.?
Normal ultrasound: This is a normal ultrasound report.Get a more detailed answer ›
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. ...Read more
What does it mean if my uterus is 4.8 x 1.9 x 4.1 CM? And endometrial stripe measures 02.2mm in thickness? With 5.7 x 5.4 x 6.2 CM cystic lesion? A
? ovarian cyst: Your uterus sounds normal. You don't say where the cystic lesion is, but most likely it's in the ovary. If so, it needs evaluation, since it's not normal, and likely some type tumor. If the cystic lesion is in the uterus, I'm not sure what to think. ...Read more
Hi, ultrasound shows a cystic-looking lesion in the anterior surface of the uterus. MR needed to tell the nature of the lesion. Could it be malignant?
Probably not if: If both ovaries were seen and appear normal, the "cystic lesion in the anterior surface of the uterus" is not likely to be malignant and the MRI may or may not tell the nature of the lesion. Ultimately, your personal gyn and health history, your family history, the level of suspicion and concern of your gyn oncologist and of yourself will determine if laparoscopic or laparotomy exploration needed ...Read more
Sir in my Sister's report she got normal uterus size but shows a hypoechoic lesion of 13*13 mm with tiny echogenic foci seen in the anterior uterine?
Bulky uterus with focal lesion welldefined heterogenous mass within measure 3.4*2.7cm in maximum dimension with small calcifi foci within, cause colic?
Colic-no: However, you must carefully follow up with your GYN to rule out a spreading tumor. ...Read more
I have a hypoechoic lesion in my left ovary, with peripheral vascularity, my uterus is also slightly heterogeneous. What does this mean?
Ovarian cyst: The hypoechoic lesion is an ovarian cyst. Ovarian cysts are normal in menstruating women. They can causes problems if they get bigger than 5-6cm. ...Read more
I have hypoechoic lesion (1.5*1.4 cm) in the uterus, an ovarian cyst (1.9*2.0 cm). Does this demand a surgery for removal or medication will work?
Echo of uterus: Only your Dr can advise you on this. We do not know you well enough. ...Read more
My pelvic ultrasound shows a hypoechoic lesion on the right adnexal that moves freely from the uterus, what could this be? Thanks
A loop of bowel or part of the fallopian tube that appears mobile because of the underlying bowel peristalsing. It is important how big it is and if its involving the ovary or not. More details of the US can be discussed with your GYN to get further information
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"A 1.0 cm cystic lesion is noted abutting the left ovary which could be exophytic cyst or follicle. Numerous nabothian cysts on uterus." Is this bad?
Does not have any significance
forget about 1 cm cysts
they come and go all the time ...Read more
What is a low density solid lesion in the adnexa, lateral to uterus, and says cystic vs fat island (was found on CT scan)?
What does my uterus ultrasound mean by: Mild free fluid in cul-de-sac and around right ovary. However no solid or cystic ovarian lesion observed.
Sounds ok: All radiology studies must be interpreted by the doctor who ordered it in order to place the findings in the proper clinical context. Most women have a small amount of free fluid pelvis below the uterus (cul de sac). The report also states that nothing abnormal was seen in the ovaries. ...Read more
I did an Abdominal Pelvic scan. The full result of the scan is that the uterus is normal in size and contour. It measures 4.42 cm in maximum AP diameter. The cavity is empty and endometrial echoplate preserved. There is a large cystic lesion behind the ur
Incomplete question: It may be better for you to post the question with an attachment of the report. There wasn't enough space for the whole report. ...Read more
I just found out that I have 3.6×2.4 cm cystic lesion on the left adnexa is stable and a 1.4 cm calcification un the left adnexa the uterus us gone there is no fluid in the pelvis area what does that all mean im type 2 also should I be worried?
Possible answers: Its most likely a stable ovarian cystic tumor (benign), though calcifications can be associated with teratomas (also benign). Teratomas do tend to get bigger. The calcification could also be to past surgery. I'm assuming a CA-125 was done and probably an MRI would have more luck defining this cyst if really concerned. ...Read more
What is the anteverted uterus? If im still have a chance to be pregnant? This is my findings for transvaginal. The findings said normal sized anteverted uterus with no myometrial lesion, thickened endometrium compatible with proliferative phase and both ov
Normal: What you describe all sounds normalGet a more detailed answer ›
Anti-verted, anti-flexed bulky in size measuring 101x100x85mm with multiple ill defined echo complex lesions of varying sizes in uterus? Pl explain?
I had a ultra sound and it said enlarged heterogeneous uterus however no discrete myometrial lesions can be seen. Do I need more testing?
Ultrasound: What was the ultrasound done for? The results of the ultrasound do not demand further testing unless you are having problems. Did it give you measurements of the uterus? ...Read more
Uterus measuring 7.9 x 5.8 x 4.9 CM w/out focal lesions. Endometrium is 1.3 cm. Right parovarian cyst 2.4 cm, bilateral follicles. Should I worry?
Am 37 years old, no kids want kids but I resently found out I have fibroid in my uterus I don't want to have surgery because they want to take my wounds out so that mean I can't have kids am not excepting that. There's got to be another way to get rid af
Myomectomy: The fibroids can be removed and the uterus left in place for future successful conception. There are skilled gyn md's who can do this procedure. ...Read more
I (44 years old) am having multiple hypoechoic uterus lesions. I suffer heavy bleading and an uncontrollable back pain during my menstrual days. The size of the lesions is approx 4.7 cm. Is it curable. Are there any risks? Please suggest a suitable treatme
Hypoechoic uterus lesions:
The report is like this.1) non gravid, bulky uterus with heterogeneous myometrial echo texture.2) about two solid hypo echoic masses are seen within the uterus and they are 37mm x33mm and 54mm x 47mm in sizes. 3) adnexae, pouch of douglas are free relatively.4) general uterine outline is inconsistent and irregular. Have you been pregnant? You have fibromas,
The fibroid has to be removed by surgery ...Read more
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