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Unremarkable Adnexa Bilaterally
Uterus?: Uterine appendages are normal.Get a more detailed answer ›
Normal: Most likely you had a cyst that ruptures and that will showed as a fluid around the adnexa, nothing to worry about ...Read more
Fluid: Where is the adnexa?Get a more detailed answer ›
I have a complex mass I'm L adnexa.measures 6.2x5.5x5 cm and my L ovary is 5.2x7.2x6 cm while my R is 3x3.2x1.8 cm. Should it be rmoved?
Gyn consult: Certainly an adnexal mass is of concern. Often a careful evaluation by ultrasound can differentiate benign from malignant masses. You should be carefully evaluated with a medical history, exam and ultrasound by a gyn surgeon and follow their advice re: appropriate treatment. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
Probable benign : This sounds like a more "descriptive" definition instead of actual "lesion" diagnosis. I t describes a significant "cystic" type lesion. These are mostly benign. However, I would follow your doc's advice on this. We biopsy or remove these if expanding or bothersome. ...Read more
Excessive hydrosis on head. Face neck makes my everydays activizied worde and worse. Recently have done hysterectomy sine adnexa. Tak decortin. 5 mg?
Your question?: I'm not sure exactly what your question is. Please resubmit with a clearer question so we can better help you. ...Read more
Unlikely: The description sounds like a simple cyst and small to medium. The usual management is to follow these with serial ultrasounds. If you are having frequent pain or increasing pain, be assessed more often. These generally resolve without treatment. All the best. ...Read more
What this means,"Previous adnexal tubular cystic structures are not seen currently.fluid with internal septation seen in left adnexa. "?
Report: Essentially, this says that cysts seen on a previous study are not seen now. However, in the left tubal complex, there is fluid which is not in a single balloon-like pocket, but rather where there are bands that break up the inside of the balloon into a number of parts. ...Read more
What does this statement mean in lay terms..... Adnexa: 4.0 x5.7 x3.2 cm lobulated hypoechoic mas with small amount of flow on color doppler?
Adnexa is Ovary/mass: You have a mass in or around your Ovary. Your Gynecologist can help you in terms of future monitoring or removal of this mass. Most such masses are Ovarian cysts. Surgical removal is sometimes recommended when the size is getting over 5CM...your is nearly-5 CM, so get it checked by your gynecologist who ordered this test for you. ...Read more
Hi Dr. Betsy, i have a huge multi-septated cystic mass arising from the left adnexa and crossing the midline to the right. It measures 18.7x11.6cm.
Report shows adnexal tubular cystic structures are not seen currently. Fluid with internal septation is seen in left adnexa. Does this means I recover?
Possibly: Ask your doctor who has all your information and all your test results. ...Read more
Is a 5cm irregular complex cystic lesion within left adnexa which appears to contain internal septations and associated intrinsic vascularity noted on upper abominal US suspicious or worrisome?
Needs a complete GYN evaluation and probably needs removal... My opinion only...seek Board Certified GYN (preferably GYN ONCOLOGY)
Good luck ... Be Well!
Hoping this helps!
Dr Z ...Read more
Question unclear: Calcification usually occurs secondary to chronic inflammation and healing. Curvilinear is the shape of the calcified lesion. This may occur due to prior surgery on the ovary, but without having the films and the full history would be guessing. Best to d/w gynecologist. Good luck. ...Read more
Yes.: There may be blood vessels or tubal remnants there which can calcify. ...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
Subtle echogenic lesion in my rigt ovary 2.7x1.9cm. Small cystic lesion 3.3x2.6cm in rite adnexa. Slight fluid in cul-de-sac. What does ds us indicate?
OVARIAN CYST: Ultrasound means that your right ovary has a cyst more than 2 cm. Gyne will tell you if it needs operation. ...Read more
What does 'the conus medullaris is at the level of T12'' mean? Should I be concerned about a 3.1 x 4.4 cm mixed cystic and solid mass in rt adnexa?
Good morning, Am Anita from Nigeria... I was diagnosed with "a left adnexa septated thick-walled cystic mass with multiple internal echogenic debris m?
Left adnexa mass:
Sorry to hear about problem. I have visited Nigeria several times. Near Owerri.
Please discuss with you Dr. there. ...Read more
Sounds like a cyst: Without seeing the entire report and images we can not interpret the results. It sounds like they are describing a very small 2 centimeter ovarian cyst which is typically a benign finding. A trace amount of free fluid is generally a normal finding. Contact the ordering physician who can interpret it in the proper clinical context ...Read more
I am 4 weeks pg & I had a US done and it showed trace of free fluid in left adnexa? What does that mean? But thick endo lining & right corpus luteum
Early PG ultrasound: This is typical of an early pregnancy ultrasound as a gestational sac can barely be seen if at all. The corpus luteum is a "yellow body" within the ovary that produces the hormone progesterone and sustains the pregnancy until the placenta develops after 12 weeks. Free fluid is just that, a small amount of fluid inside your abdomen that was seen. Endometrium thickness is support for a new pregnancy ...Read more
What is a multi septated cystic lesion 65 x 40 mm in right adnexa? I have had hysterectomy but still have ovaries. I'm 51 and have menopause symptoms
Please see your gyn : Asap, not normal, your gyn can draw blood work to help determine if it is benign or not as most likely whether it is or is not at your age it needs to be removed, can be done with the da vinci robot. ...Read more
What is thin septation 4.8 x 3 cm on left adnexa versus 2 adjacent simple cyst mean? Had checked 2mthago It was not complex and 4.2 x 2. Both CT scans
Thin wall separates: Sometimes cysts can be so close together that the wall separating the two appears very thin. This may cause some confusion whether this represents 2 separate cysts, or possibly one cyst that has some fibrous type strands inside that look like a thin wall (called a septation). Most docs are more comfortable calling a simple cyst benign, though most septated cysts are also benign. ...Read more