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Uterus is bleeding dr verified/pelvic exam /pulling sensation on left/no cyst/not on period. What is issue? Can't handle another pelvic exam they hurt
See answer: Ovarian cysts are filled with fluid and are soft tissue density – and are not seen routinely on regular xrays unless they contain calcification (which is unusual). Ultrasound (or possibly mri) of the pelvis is the preferred imaging modality although cysts can be identified with ct. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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I recently fell and needed an X-ray on my left knee. They incidentally found vascular calcification on the xray. Is it unusal to find it on xray?
No.: Vascular calcification is often seen on xray as you get older. You are a bit young to have this noted at your knee level and it may indicate that you have a predisposition to vascular disease. I would discuss this with your doc to see if further studies are warranted. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Severe pain on right side of knee. PCP did X-ray, said he saw bakers cyst. Referred to ortho to see if cartilage/meniscus damage. Read can't be on xra?
Normal variation: The position of the ovaries varies quite a bit from women to women within the pelvis. Secondly, gas within adjacent bowel loops will distort ultrasound images and 'hide' anything behind that loop. Thus looking from a different angle ie transvaginally, we can find the ovaries that we can see on the transabdominal portion of a scan. ...Read more
No: Cysts are what we call "soft tissue" so they normally don't show up. ...Read more
Had a CT scan for chronic pelvic pain, this showed inflammation on r lung chest X-ray 7 weeks later showed shadowing on lungs at bones what could it be?
No telling: Without actually seeing the images and even discussing with the radiologist who read them, it is no telling what this can be. ...Read more
Yes: Depending on the severity of the copd, it will show up on a ct scan. There can be emphysema and airway thickening which represents chronic bronchitis. However, the diagnosis of COPD is not made radiologically, but by pulmonary function tests which are much more sensitive. It would be unusual to see COPD in someone less than 40 years of age. Unless due to alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes,but: It would not be very helpful in deciding what it was or its full extent.A localized ultrasound would give more information. ...Read more
I had a pelvic ultrasound today and the tech found a kidney stone, thickened uterine lining & possible polycystic ovaries. What will be the next step?
Back to dr: The doctor who ordered the scan will need to see you and consider referral for sampling of your endometrial (womb) lining and consideration of hormone panels to look into the question of poly cystic ovaries. May also need kidney function test and urinalysis to look into the stone but only if it is in the ureter. See your doctor for further assessment ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not typically: A plain transvaginal sono will not usually show a chronic scar of the fallopian tubes. Injecting sterile saline into the uterine lumen can allow for visualization of the tubes and if fluid is then seen in the abdomen then patency of at least one tube may be inferred. This is called a sono hysterogram. ...Read more
Would anything show on MRI that wouldn't show on xray or ct scan with no dye.Swollen painful luq for 4 months. On and below ribs. Clear ct and xray.
LUQ pain: There are many things that can cause left upper quadrant pain. If an x-ray and a CT scan have been negative, it is doubtful that the next test would be an MRI. It would be more likely that an endoscopy or some other way to visualize the upper digestive tract would be more appropriate. Talk to your doctor about the next step if your symptoms continue. Good luck. ...Read more
Ct of kidneys, MRI and plain xray of lumb spine, all normal.Still have low back pain. On initial pl xray 2.4x2.1mm cyst was on rt ovary.Cld be cancer?
Unlikely: Cancer is pretty low down the list of possibilities. The ovarian cyst is a common and normal finding and it is really unlikely that it has anything to do with your low back pain. Low back pain is a very nonspecific symptom with numerous causes, so it may take a while to figure it out. ...Read more
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