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No Adnexal Mass
Ovarian mass: Depends on size and characteristics. If over 10 cm, remove right away. If under 10 cm and simple (looks like a balloon on ultrasound), watch and recheck in 6-8 weeks. If complex on ultrasound (solid or walls or growths on inside), remove right away. Most common is going to be benign teratoma (dermoid). Germ cell cancers are more common in this age group. ...Read more
Part of uterus: Adnexal masses refer to structues attached to uterus such as ovary or fallopian tube. In either instance the mass can be solid or cystic. If the latter and under 5 cm. And not complex, one watches. If solid, surgery is frequently indicated since this may represent ovarian cancer. ...Read more
CAT or MRI: The presence of an adnexal mass suggests a primary ovarian lesion. One must be sure there is no ongoing malignancy in organs such as breast or rectosigmoid colon with spread to ovary and appearance of an adenexal mass. If a primary in ovary considered, excision of lesion required for histologic dx and treatment planning. ...Read more
Adnexal mass: Not sure what your question is. Please resubmit a specific question you'd like us to help with. ...Read more
Ad exalted mass: Means they did not see anything concerning in your ovaries and fallopian tube area and around uterus. ...Read more
Does doctore need to remove complex adnexal mass with intire ovary for complete pathologic diagnosis?
No: You need to remove the whole adnexal mass for a complete path diagnosis, you do not need to remove ovary to make a diagnosis. In risky cases, the ovary should sometimes be removed too, though. ...Read more
My right adnexal mass is at least partially cystic that demonstrates a homogenous fullness.... What does this mean?
Adenexl fullness.: Comparing what this note means is a bit like tasting wine and telling others what you taste. So you need to talk to the examiner for a translation. My guess the area feels like there is more there than normal and it feels like there are some bubble like areas that could be cysts. ...Read more
Adnexal mass: It is a mass that is seen in the area adjacent to the uterus. Usually this means that it is related to the fallopian tube or ovary on that given side. There are many different things that can be called an "adnexal mass" (i.e. Ovarian cyst, abscess, neoplasm, fibroid, etc). Discuss this with your doctor. ...Read more
Possible: All complex adnexal masses are a theoretical risk for ovarian cancers, but there are many other possibilities too. Risk is estimated by size, apearance on ultrasound, age group, behavior over time, and other things. ...Read more
Women who have previously complex adnexal mass are at greater risk of developing further on same ovary avarian cancer?
I have a right adnexal mass on my ovaries but partially cystic? What is a adnexal mass? What does partially cystic mean?
Variable answer: Adnexal mass refers to the area around the ovary that has an undiagnosed mass by imaging studies or exam. Partially cystic refers to a fluid filled sac or cyst within or around the ovary. It implies that the rest of the mass may be solid. Follow up is important to determine the reason for a mass and whether or not it is increasing in size. Follow up with your doctor. ...Read more
What my test mean? A right adnexal mass that was at least partially cystic. Examination demonstrates a homogeneous fullness 2 the right adnexa 4.4cm
What if the hydrosalpinx or adnexal mass is growing? I'm 59 and mine has gone from 2.4 cm to 5.7 cm in four months. No pain. Slight throbbing after Hula class, once.
Seek consultation: You should seek consultation and advice from a gynecologist. This can be due to an ovarian cyst which can sometimes be cancerous. Another exam with an ultrasound should follow soon in order to look for further change? Growth. If in doubt, it should be removed. Check with your gynecologist. ...Read more
Women who have previously benign complex adnexal mass on ovary are more at risk developing further on same ovary ovarian cancer?
Had transvag US report says adnexal mass possible dermoid, hemorrhagic cyst or polyps. Neoplastic disease not excluded. What does that mean?
They are giving a differential diagnosis for a mass most probably in the ovary which may include benign or malignant masses. Your Gynecologist is the one who has the clinical information about you
might be able to give you an answer regarding what is the most likely diagnosis. ...Read more
Just had cystectomy on 12/5/14 & Left ovary had cystadenoma. Still have severe pain&had transvaginal US and there is 5.5cm adnexal mass. Cancer??
Most likely not.: Most ovarian cysts, even those with a glandular component, are benign, altho they can be quite painful. Multiple and/or recurrent cysts are, unfortunately, fairly common. Please follow up with your doctor. While you may need a repeat cystectomy, we can offer medications that help prevent recurrences. I know you're uncomfortable but please don't worry about cancer. It's very unlikely. ...Read more
2 months ago gyn felt adnexal mass. U.S showed ovarian cyst. Now I'm having pelvic pain along with urinary frequency, urgency. What to do next?
UTI?: You may have a urinary tract infection. Call your pcp/gyn so you can leave a urine, that can be sent for a test to determine f you have a uti. Until then, increase your water intake. You can also buy an over the counter med, called uristat, (phenazopyridine) that helps with urinary pain assoc. With utis. This med should only be used for 2 days. If your pelvic pain is severe, see a doc immediately. ...Read more
Plz explain my ultrsound report the anteverted uterus mesure 79x48x45mm a 6mm secretory phase endometrium is seen the left ovary measure 11cc and the right ovary measure 8cc no fluids or adnexal mass is seen. The myometrium appears heterogeneous in?
Looking for?: For postmenopausal women, transvaginal ultrasound evaluation of endometrial thickness may be used as an initial study to evaluate for endometrial neoplasia in selected women. For these women, it is reasonable to defer endometrial sampling if the endometrial thickness is <4 mm. Pelvic ultrasound is the imaging study of choice for the evaluation of an adnexal mass. ...Read more
Left 10x5x6 adnexal mass poss hemorrhagic cyst, endo or dermoid. Surgery? What can be done. 2 years ago I was told it was a 4cm thick walled comp cyst
What does it mean if you have a echogenic left adnexal mass during early pregnancy? Is that dangerous to baby hCG is still doubling & have yolk/gest
Probably OK: This is a cyst of some sort. There is a type of ovarian cyst that supports the pregnancy at the beginning until the placenta develops, or this could be from your endometriosis. Since you are seeing an early pregnancy in the uterus, the chance of this being a tubal pregnancy is remote. ...Read more
TV Ultrasound showed 6cm solid adnexal mass but ct did not show it? Only Ct findings - fluid and/or endometrial thickening in uterus. Any explination?
Possible resolution: If there was a few days or more between tests, it is possible that whatever lesion that was seen on ultrasound resolved on its own. Ultrasound uterus and ovaries is sometimes a challenge based on intestinal issues and potentially what was seen on ultrasound could have been shadows of bowel. If you continue to have symptoms, repeat imaging in 4-6 weeks could be considered. ...Read more
3 months, sometimes: Depends on specifics of the cyst. If it is under 6 c.M. And appearance on us is not worrisome, you can observe up to 3 months - usually unwise to watch much longer than that. Some doctors use blood tests for 'tumor markers' to help with this decision, but these are also just estimators of risk. ...Read more