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Doctor insights on: Pelvic Ultrasoumd Findings

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My USG pelvic report. Us findings are S/o Nulliparous uterus endometrium thickness 9.7mm prominant ovaries. Doctor plz tell me what is the meaning?

My USG pelvic report. Us findings are S/o Nulliparous uterus endometrium thickness 9.7mm prominant ovaries. Doctor plz tell me what is the meaning?

Sonogram report: It is important to have a visit with your doctor after having any radiology study done so that the results can be explained. Nulliparous is a term used to indicate a woman who has not been pregnant. Endometrial thickness is a measurement of the lining of the uterus. This measurement varies in premenopausal women depending on where they are in the menstrual cycle. ...Read more

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What are the most common diagnostic findings of pelvis inflammatory disease?

What are the most common diagnostic findings of pelvis inflammatory disease?

Here's a few.: Hello Harrie,
PID is suspected when a patient complains of severe pelvic pain. We used to call this the 7 sign (intern joke - but so not funny) She may have a foul-smelling discharge, pain with intercourse or with pelvic exam when the cervix is touched. She may have fever/chills. The most important thing about suspected PID is that it be diagnosed and treated aggressively. ...Read more

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Small to moderate free fluid in pelvis since 1 year, no other findings or symptom. 60 years old. If cancer, would the fluid have built up more by now?

Small to moderate free fluid in pelvis since 1 year, no other findings or symptom. 60 years old. If cancer, would the fluid have built up more by now?

Yes: A small amount of fluid is normal. If there are no symptoms, no increase in fluid, no change in weight, it is not a cause for concern.
Wish you good health! - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more

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Can small to moderate amount of free fluid in pelvis be caused by important chronic constipation? 60 years old, no other findings

Can small to moderate amount of free fluid in pelvis be caused by important chronic constipation? 60 years old, no other findings

May be unrelated: Constipation is not likely to cause pelvic fluid. If you do not have any symptoms, this amount of fluid may be your normal.
Wish you good health! - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more

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Just left the ED, CT showed lesion an spleen and free fluid in pelvic area, what are the possible causes of these findings?

Just left the ED, CT showed lesion an spleen and free fluid in pelvic area, what are the possible causes of these findings?

Spleen/free fluid: It is hard to know what the lesion in your spleen is without a better description. Some free fluid in the pelvis is normal, a larger amount may indicate a rupture. Review the scan with your doctor today to sort this out. All the best. ...Read more

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From ct stonogram findings is I have pelvic phleboliths. What is that? Can I still be pregnant with that?

From ct stonogram findings is I have pelvic phleboliths. What is that? Can I still be pregnant with that?

Pelvic phleboliths: Are small calcifications in the pelvic veins. They are a relatively common incidental finding, and generally are of no clinical significance. ...Read more

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My doctors report on my HSG test read as follows: findings suggesting patent fallopian tube and possible scarring in the pelvis. What does this means.

My doctors report on my HSG test read as follows: findings suggesting patent fallopian tube and possible scarring in the pelvis. What does this means.

HSG report: This means that the fallopian tubes are open allowing for egg and sperm to reach each other. But that the shape is a little distorted meaning there could be some scar tissue around the tubes. Scar tissue can be formed by previous surgeries, appendix issues, pelvic infections and endometriosis. ...Read more

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I know blue veins on chest, boobs, pelvic etc is normal findings but in all my 19 years they where never visible like that I could not even see arms one?

I know blue veins on chest, boobs, pelvic etc is normal findings but in all my 19 years they where never visible like that I could not even see arms one?

Veins can be ok: As long as it's not painful or red and you have them equally on both sides of you it's likely nothing. You'll see them more if your hot as the body tried to cool itself. ...Read more

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What positiv effects has HGH on testicular tissue/ size? (Left pelvic-testis pain, left atrophy, MRI no findings, possible infection take doxycyclin).

What positiv effects has HGH on testicular tissue/ size? (Left pelvic-testis pain, left atrophy, MRI no findings, possible infection take doxycyclin).

Here are some. ..: The available history indicates you have undergone a substantial imaging and hormonal studies and treatments for? Missed left testis, ? pain in left side of pelvis, etc. So, it makes most sense for you to direct all concerns to the treating Doc. Known to most, HGH use is only approved for rare conditions in children and adults; its general use as touted online has not proved, as it has seemed. ...Read more

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Hi Sir, As per the scanning of ABDOME and PELVIS. Below are findings, so please suggest me on this...Thanks 1.Grade -I fatty liver. 2.Multiple right renal calculi (renal mid pole calculus - largest -9mm) 3.Left Renal calculus-5.5mm. No hydronephrosis.

Hi Sir, As per the scanning of ABDOME and PELVIS. Below are findings, so please suggest me on this...Thanks 1.Grade -I fatty liver. 2.Multiple right renal calculi (renal mid pole calculus - largest -9mm) 3.Left Renal calculus-5.5mm. No hydronephrosis.

Renal stones: You have multiple stones in the kidney without any obstruction. Please consult urologist who can assess the problem and give suitable advice. You also have fatty liver for which you should maintain a healthy lifestyle. Good luck! ...Read more

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Please let me know as I went for MRI of pelvis with both hips and the findings are (Right SI Joint shows small subarticular cystic area)?

Please let me know as I went for MRI of pelvis with both hips and the findings are (Right SI Joint shows small subarticular cystic area)?

Arthritis?: Subchpndral cysts are often found as an early sign of osteoarthritis. There are many different forms of arthritis. The best next step would be to talk to your doctor to match up symptoms with the CT. ...Read more

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My doctor ordered a Sacrum coccyx MRI, however, the report says MRI pelvis and the findings say MRI of the bony pelvis and sacrum. IS this correct?

My doctor ordered a Sacrum coccyx MRI, however, the report says MRI pelvis and the findings say MRI of the bony pelvis and sacrum. IS this correct?

It is difficult: To determine whether the study was tailored properly without knowing exactly what was performed, and what the clinical indications were. However, if you are concerned that they didn’t mention coccyx, that is not an issue because the coccyx is connected to the sacrum, and any study that visualized the sacrum would necessarily include the coccyx. There would be no way not to. ...Read more

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MRI of low back findings included: "prominence of the left renal pelvis and proximal ureter is again seen." Meaning? Do I need to see my urologist?

MRI of low back findings included: "prominence of the left renal pelvis and proximal ureter is again seen." Meaning? Do I need to see my urologist?

Findings: Findings on radiographic studies sometimes can be misleading. Usually there are findings that are benign and mean nothing more than there is something there without any significance. As far as seeing a urologist it would depend onto he reason for the MRI in the first place. If you were having left sided back pain it could be caused by a renal stone which could explain the MRI findings. Talk tp MD ...Read more

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Explain Findings- right extrarenal pelvis of normal variant, free fluid & multiple vascular calcification's in pelvis, simple right renal cyst <1.0cm.

Explain Findings- right extrarenal pelvis of normal variant, free fluid & multiple vascular calcification's in pelvis, simple right renal cyst <1.0cm.

Normal stuff: Extra renal pelvis is a normal finding in many people where renal pelvis is outside the kidney tissue. NBD no big deal. Free fluid is common in women who menstruated and maybe a cyst ruptured for example. Stones in veins in pelvis happen to all ...Read more

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What are +ve effects of HGH on testicular tissue/ size? (Left pelvic-testis pain, left atrophy, MRI no findings, possible infection take doxycycline.)

Please help. ..: Please help me to know what "+ve" means so I may answer your question. Being unable to understand an abbreviation as such leads me to feel a wider generation gap. Help; thank you. ...Read more

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Had a CT abd/pelvis w iv/contrast, findings;4.6mm pulmonary nodule in right lower lobe wout mineralization. Diff diag inc benign & malignant etiologies?

Had a CT abd/pelvis w iv/contrast, findings;4.6mm pulmonary nodule in right lower lobe wout mineralization. Diff diag inc benign & malignant etiologies?

CT SURVEILLANCE: Accp guidelines recommend 2 years of low dose ct surveillance. Repeat ct 3 months x 2 then 6 months x 3 for a total of 2 years. Probably nothing. ...Read more

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Need help deciphering CT findings. "A substantially enhancing complex cystic structure of the right adnexa is noted with wall nodule. Adjacent free fluid is noted. Clinical correlation is advised. Ultrasound of the pelvis obtained 8/21/2015 indicated an

Do not have: The ultrasound report. The CT report is concerning and suggest there is a complex structure in the right area of the ovary and note that this need further followup. Will probably need laparoscopy as soon as this can be done. This is suggestive of number of things. To go into detail is inappropriate and needs to be discussed with your doc. Best wishes. ...Read more

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My dad had a nuclear bone scan. Nuclear bone scan findings: there are several focal areas of isotope accumulation in the region of the sacroiliac joints bilaterally which correspond to lesions noted on the CT pelvis consistent with bony me

My dad had a nuclear bone scan. Nuclear bone scan findings: there are several focal areas of isotope accumulation in the region of the sacroiliac joints bilaterally which correspond to lesions noted on the CT pelvis consistent with bony me

Possibly metastases: Nuclear bone scans usually demonstrate areas of increased bone metabolism, the bone reacting to a stimulus, such as tumor, fracture, infection, etc.Bone scan is very sensitive but not specific. Ct and MRI are cross sectional imaging that can more specifically identify the pathology and characterize the abnormalities on bone scan. ...Read more

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Does your bladder need to be full to take a pelvic mri? What are the usually finding in a pelvic mri?

Does your bladder need to be full to take a pelvic mri? What are the usually finding in a pelvic mri?

No: Chatty: your bladder does not have to be full for pelvic mri. This test is used to evaluate almost any abnormality in the pelvis. It examines all of your pelvic organs including the uterus, ovaries, bladder and sometimes even bowel problems have been diagnosed. Specifically for women it can help with ovarian tumors, cysts, fibroids, etc. Depending on what your symptoms are. ...Read more

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I need to find a really good urogynecologist in my area that is also experienced with pessaries and pelvic exercise therapy. How do I go about finding?

Ask: Start by asking your primary care doctor or other doctor you trust. Sometimes friends or relatives have experience that can be helpful. Teaching institutions such as university medical centers are more likely to have well trained physicians and you could contact their gyn or urology clinics. ...Read more

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I had MRI done on hips finding mildly complex heterogeneous 3.9x3.4x3.8cm ovarian cyst with presence of moderate free fluid within pelvis how serious?

I had MRI done on hips finding mildly complex heterogeneous 3.9x3.4x3.8cm ovarian cyst with presence of moderate free fluid within pelvis how serious?

At your age,: This is most likely a benign hemorrhagic cyst, but it needs to be followed up with your gyn and probably follow up ultrasounds to see if it resolves. ...Read more

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I was biopsied for uterine cancer now I am finding bruising in odd places like right next to my pelvic region on my upper inner leg, what's going on?

I was biopsied for uterine cancer now I am finding bruising in odd places like right next to my pelvic region on my upper inner leg, what's going on?

Check with your doc: Most likely it is not related to you biopsy
you could be having low platelet or condition that will make you bruise easy
so it will be a good idea if you are taking aspirin
stop it or if you are taking any blood thinner stop it and check with your doctor
some vitamin and supplement could cause bleeding like vitamin E for example
check with your doctor any way for a good peace of mind ...Read more

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Have had intermittent r. Pelvic pain undiagnosable. Ob/gyn wanted r hip eval- found labral tear. Chance this is source of pain or incidental finding?

Have had intermittent r. Pelvic pain undiagnosable. Ob/gyn wanted r hip eval- found labral tear. Chance this is source of pain or incidental finding?

Possible: It is possible that this is a source of pain.
Pelvic pain is complex as there are several organs in the pelvis. The ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix, bladder, appendix, intestines, colon and rectum can all be the source. Pelvic pain requires and examination to help organize the evaluation. ...Read more