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Doctor insights on: Peripherally Arranged Follicles

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Hi Maam what does it mean by multiple peripherally arranged follicles in both ovaries, along with the right ovary larger than left one?

Hi Maam what does it mean by multiple peripherally arranged follicles in both ovaries, along with the right ovary larger than left one?

PCOS: Usually multiple peripherally arranged follicles signifies a "string of pearls" sign which is representative of a condition called PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome), which means that your ovaries aren't getting the right signals to release eggs at the right time. This can be a cause of infertility, but not always. Talk about it more with your doctor or arrange a consult for more information. ...Read more

Follicle (Definition)

An ovarian follicle contains a hollow ball of cells with an immature egg in the center. It is a structure within the ovary containing the egg that ...Read more


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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

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

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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

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Sir my wife got multiply follicles in the peripheral average 8mm - 11mm wat does that means?

Sir my wife got multiply follicles in the peripheral average 8mm - 11mm wat does that means?

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

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Small peripheral follicles of the size 4-6mm with central echogenic stroma what does it mean?

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

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Both ovaries show multiple peripheral follicles with a central echogenic stroma what does it mean?

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

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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

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My ultrasound scan results were RT. Ovary: 4.9*2.4cm LT. Ovary: 4.7*2.3cm Uterus: 6.2*3.8cm, Peripheral Follicles Present. I have regular periods but I am diagnosed with pcos, y? I have acne and hairfall are they symptoms of pcos?

My ultrasound scan results were RT. Ovary: 4.9*2.4cm LT. Ovary: 4.7*2.3cm Uterus: 6.2*3.8cm, Peripheral Follicles Present. I have regular periods but I am diagnosed with pcos, y? I have acne and hairfall are they symptoms of pcos?

Yes.: Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is diagnosed in women whose ovaries have large cysts (it sounds like yours do), hirsuitism (extra growth of dark hair), and facial acne. Not all women with PCOS have abnormal periods. ...Read more

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Difference between central nervous and peripheral system?

Difference between central nervous and peripheral system?

Great question: The central nervous system is essentially composed of the brain and spinal cord. The peripheral nervous system is composed of the nerves that emerge from the central nervous system. ...Read more

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I have been diagnosed with peripheral neuropatrhy what stops the pain?

I have been diagnosed with peripheral neuropatrhy what stops the pain?

See below: You have a form of neuropathic pain caused by disease/damage of the nerves. There's lots of medicines out there. Work with your doctor. ...Read more

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I can see a black shadow in my peripheral from time to time. Is this normal?

I can see a black shadow in my peripheral from time to time. Is this normal?

Yes and no: Chances are you have an occassional floater. There are some serious conditions that can cause a change in your vision. You should have a baseline comprehensive eye examination in order to exclude the serious ones. ...Read more

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What is peripheral iridectomy?

What is peripheral iridectomy?

Hole in iris: A peripheral iridectomy is a hole made in the outer portion of the iris, usually under the upper lid, which allows direct fluid passage from the back of the eye in conditions in which it might be obstructed. Most commonly it is for a condition termed acute glaucoma but there are other less common conditions for which it is done. It is usually performed using a laser in an outpatient setting. ...Read more

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How can I do peripheral vision?

How can I do peripheral vision?

Automatic: Peripheral vision which is the perception of visual input by the outer reaches of your retina is an automatic function as long as the eyes are open. Peripheral vision is especially sensitive to moving objects which we need to prevent hazards in our life space. ...Read more

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Why do we have peripheral vision?

Why do we have peripheral vision?

Early warning: Central vision is for fine detail - reading, face recognition, etc. Peripheral vision, of low acuity, is sensitive to motion and serves to provide early warning of threats from the sides and also provides orientation to the major features of the visual space. With no peripheral vision (called tunnel vision) you cannot drive, or easily walk around, etc. ...Read more

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Causes of loss of peripheral vision?

Causes of loss of peripheral vision?

Retina-optic nerve: Peripheral vision loss may be a retinal detachment, retinitis pigmentosa, rare drug toxicities, immune retinopathy, retinal infection, and glaucomatous optic neuropathy. In the brain migraine, and certain types of stroke can cause a loss of peripheral vision. Transient obscurations of vision may be low blood pressure. An eye examination with dilation should identify the cause. ...Read more

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What is distorted peripheral vision?

Migraine??: The big issue is whether it is a transient or permanent problem. Regardless, a full exam with visual field testing should help you sort out the possible cause. Migraine is most common transient type. In elderly patients you also have to assess for insufficient ocular blood flow (amarosis). ...Read more

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What causes loss of peripheral vision?

What causes loss of peripheral vision?

Many possibilities: Many things can cause loss of peripheral (side) vision: glaucoma is the most likely. Ocular pressure rise causes vascular and optic nerve damage. Another is a tumor or aneurysm near the pituitary gland, compressing the nerves from the eye as they first join and then re-divide on the way to the back of the brain. Oculo-vascular occlusions can do the same although most often this is only in one eye. ...Read more

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What is loss of peripheral vision mean?

Many possible causes: Loss of peripheral vision can occur with ocular or brain disease. There are many diseases that can take away peripheral vision. ...Read more

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Is peripheral vision supposed to be blurry?

Yes: Central vision with the best eyeglass correction is clear. Peripheral vision is always less well focused and cannot be clear. So it is allways blurry. ...Read more

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What is an obstacle of the peripheral nerve?

What is an obstacle of the peripheral nerve?

Not clear: Help us to answer your question, and what is occurring symptomatically. The term "obstacle of the peripheral nerve" is totally unfamiliar. Please provide additional information, or schedule Concierge appt to further assess your concerns. ...Read more

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What causes my peripheral vision to be "shaky"?

What causes my peripheral vision to be "shaky"?

Possibly Migraine: This is a somewhat unusual symptom, but sounds like it could possibly be from ocular migraine. No headache or pain is required for that diagnosis. You should have a thorough exam by an ophthalmologist, probably including a visual field exam, to help determine the cause and to rule out certain neurological causes. Depending on the testing results, neuroimaging with a ct scan or MRI may be required. ...Read more

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Sudden loss of peripheral vision-- please help!?

Seek help: Vision may be lost peripherally from disasters within the eye such as retinal detachment or vascular occlusion; or from strokes in the brain in the occipital lobe or the pituitary region; or from systemic vascular collapse, drug toxicity or poisoning. You need to immediately see an ophthalmologist for this as some of these are extremely urgent and can affect both eyes. ...Read more

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How does your age affect your peripheral vision?

How does your age affect your peripheral vision?

Minor degree: There is a minor lowering of the extent of peripheral vision in older folks. The more important change is a measurable drop in reaction time which affects their ability to respond to visual input and makes driving more hazardous. ...Read more

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What is peripheral arteriosclerosis, can you help me?

What is peripheral arteriosclerosis, can you help me?

Blocked arteries: It's blockage of arteries not in the heart or brain - usually referring to the legs most often. ...Read more

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What does it mean if you fail a peripheral vision test?

What does it mean if you fail a peripheral vision test?

You can't: This test is not one you can pass or fail. It is a measurement of what you can see in the peripheral vision. It can be normal or abnormal. ...Read more