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Multiple Peripheral Follicles With Echogenic Stroma Means
Talk to derm: This requires your doctor to interpret with the context of the suspected condition in mind. By itself, this finding means little. ...Read more
Both ovaries show multiple peripheral follicles with a central echogenic stroma what does it mean?
Many things: Some might say a string of pearls is poly cystic ovaries. Some may say that is a normal appearance. Without analysis of your hormones a diagnosis is not made by ultrasound alone. Best talk to your doctor ...Read more
Yes it is:
Yes that is normal, they are your follicular cyst that your ovary make every month.
if pain increase you can monitor their growth by ultrasound. ...Read more
Sir, my sister got Multiple small peripherally arranged follicles in both ovaries and Stroma is thickened & echogenic. It it a matter of big panic? I
Sonogram report: It is important that radiologic studies be interpreted within the clinical context. The doctor ordering the test will need to help you interpret the sonogram as they know details about her medical history. It sounds like the report describes polycystic ovarian syndrome. If she has irregular periods then this could fit. Confirm with her doctor. ...Read more
The ultrasound report says "bilateral ovary are bulky with multiple peripherally arranged small follicles and echogenic stroma". Anything serious?
Possibly: This pattern may be seen with poly cystic ovaries. Ask your doctor to discuss with you and tell him or her of any abnormal hair growth on your body ...Read more
My u/s pelvis shows right ovary with multiple small follicles arranged in periphery with central echogenic stroma apparently right polycystic ovary?
Suggestive of PCO: Your sonographic findings are suggestive of PCO but may not be entirely or necessarily diagnostic for PCO unless the ovarian volume was larger than normal, the multiple follicles numbered 10 to 12 and they measured 5 to 10 mm in diameter. ...Read more
Both ovaries have multiple follicles of varied sizes with cortical / subcapsular location. Medullary stroma is relatively echogenic. Is it harmful?
Review with doc: Basically it sounds like you are reading the radiologist description of normal ovaries. The best thing to do is to take the report to the doctor who ordered it. They can interpret the results in the clinical context of your situation. ...Read more
Ovaries r enlarged in size, central echogenic stroma with few follicle of size 7mm is seen arrenged in periphrally. Do this mean I m pregnant??
Need pregnancy test: It sounds like you had an US but the images you mention are of the ovaries, not the uterus. You would need a pregnancy test or US of uterus to determine if you are pregnant. ...Read more
Hello doc Multiples small follicles of less than 0.6cms seen in both ovaries with echogenic stoma resembling morphologically polycystic ovaries means?
Polycystic ovarian: Syndrome is a complex disease involving many hormonal pathways in your body, thereby affecting your weight, your metabolism, your reproductive cycle, your hair growth, your mood/ psychological well being, and your skin. Here is a link to learn more: https://www. Womenshealth. Gov/publications/our-publications/fact-sheet/polycystic-ovary-syndrome. Html ...Read more
Echolucent?: There is an echoluscent plate around the placenta on us that represents the nitabuch's layer where the placenta separates after childbirth. Its absence is abnormal and results in excessive bleeding with placenta accreta. ...Read more
''both ovaries show multiple small 4-6 mm predominantly peripherally placed follicles with increased stromal echogenicity likely pcod. Pod is clear''?
No: Ultrasound is only 1 part of a pcos diagnosis: you must also have irregular periods, and must have some evidence of excess androgen (usually high testosterone in blood, though it may vary.) if you have both these things, and if the ultrasound is as described, then it is likely you do have pcos. ...Read more
I am a trainee of radiology & have a query. "what can be the reasons of multiple tiny echogenic foci throughout the liver both central & peripheral.
Tiny echogenic foci: The most common cause of "tiny echogenic foci throughout the liver" is punctate calcification secondary to prior granulomatous infection. Certain organisms are more common depending on what part of the world the patient has lived. Alternative considerations include gas bubbles within the biliary tree (pneumobilia) or the portal veins. There are differentiating imaging features. ...Read more
Hi doctor, 22 years old, 1)Grade - 1 Polycystic overies (Both ovaries show multiple immature follicles with increased stromal content echogenicity?
PCOS description: Yes, that definitely describes PCOS as an entity, but what is the nature of your question? ...Read more
Sir, ultrasonography report OF my (28yr) says that raised stromal echogenicity with multiple peripheral cysts in ovaries. IMPRESSION : PCOD?
What is the significance of thyroid ultrasound results stated below: Solid nodule with the size of 0.4 cm, echogenic with peripheral halo?
Follow up: You need to see your doctor for more evaluation, Pt Ct or biopsy to find the cause so be treated. ...Read more
Transvaginal ultrasound shows multiple follicles on left ovary (pcos appearance) and area with hypoechoic center and echogenic rim?
Hormonal imbalances: Multiple follicles is a sign of high estrogen levels. Estrogen can be biotransformed into testosterone via the enzyme aromatase. Aromatase enzyme is increased by high Insulin levels. A high carb diet will increase both Insulin (via stimulatlon of pancreas) and estrogen (via competetive inhibition of glucoronidase enzyme) low carb diet is beneficial to reduce estrogen and insulin. ...Read more
My right ovary is 18cc and shows multiple subcentimeter size follicles and echogenic stroma. Will this create problem in pregnancy?
What means? Uterus is normal, 2-3 small nabothian cyst on CX, Minimum fluid seen in cervical canal, both ovaries increased stroma and small follicles.
Break it down: The uterus or womb is normal. This means not enlarged and no mass or tumor. A nebothian cyst are small like zits on the surface of the cervix. They are very common and do not represent a disease process to be worried about. Increase in stroma means more than average tissue holding the ovaries together and small follicles is a way of saying that there are no large ovarian cysts present. ...Read more
It depends partly on: Whether or not she's on medication to stimulate ovarian follicles. If she is, it means her ovaries are partially responding. If not, she might have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, a condition that produces multiple follicles that don't maturing enough to release an egg. Often these follicles persist, creating multiple cysts. Mature follicles are 16-20 mm in size. I wish you both the best. Dr. Anne ...Read more
Hi... What is the meaning of "both ovaries show multiple peripheral small cysts with dense central stroma" is this serious? 34 yrs old. Female.
Not worrisome: The radiology report is describing the appearance of polycystic ovaries. If you have irregular periods, problems with weight gain, acne or unwanted hair growth - then you may have polycystic ovarian syndrome. Remember that in reproductive age women (who are not on birth control)the ovary's job is to make eggs (which grow in cysts) every month and so some cysts are normal, not problematic. ...Read more
Am 23, my us scan say"both ovaries show multiple small follicles along the periphery with increased central stroma- subtle poly cystic ovarian pattern?
Probably: But if you have regular periods, not a problem ...Read more
Scan showed a numerous peripheral follicles with the right ovary much large. Largest measurin 1.8cm*1.8cm. Wit no Aeneas mass or pelvic fluid collection?
Difficult to: Evaluate without the images or clinical details, but this type of finding is sometimes seen with ovarian torsion. Are you in acute pain? What did they tell you about the results? This condition is usually emergent and requires prompt evaluation/treatment. If you are in pain, call your doctor. ...Read more
Renal cortex has a typical appearance on ultrasound. It is normally less echo dense than the nearby liver.
Increased renal cortex echogenicity can be seen with renal disease, but does not mean so with certainty. It can be seen in otherwise normal functioning kidneys.
A radiologist will usually comment on it. The referring physician has to correlate this with clinical and lab findings. ...Read more
What Organ?: The term means that the expected uniformity of an organs' tissue texture has been degraded and the appearance has assumed a rather more coarse texture. This can be due to chronic disease but is not specific. ...Read more
Needs evaluation.: A reading of an ultrasound saying that you have an echogenic lesion simply means that there is an area of the pancreas that reflects ultrasound differently than the rest of it. It may turn out to be unimportant, but it is certainly something that you should have your doctor evaluate. Further testing may be necessary. Good luck. ...Read more
Homogeneous: Homogeneous echogenicity of thyroid parenchyma on ultrasound means a normal thyroid gland without nodules. ...Read more
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