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What Does Sol Mean In A Ultrasound Report
The ultrasound report says "cbd is prominent,measuring approx 8.2 mm in size." What does this mean?
The common bile duct: drains bile from the liver and gallbladder into the duodenum. The upper limit of normal for your age would be 5-6mm diameter. The duct can dilate if it is obstructed by a stone, mass, or stricture. The duct can also be passively dilated following gallbladder removal or other biliary surgery/procedures, in which case it is not due to obstruction but is the "new normal" for you. Talk to your doc. ...Read more
An ultraound, also known as a sonogram, is a painless and relatively inexpensive imaging test that utilizes sound waves instead of ionizing radiation. There are no side effects. Ultrasound can give us two-dimensional, and in some applications three-dimensional, images of structures and organs in virtually any part of the body. In addition to diagnostic uses, such as evaluating abnormalities in the abdomen, pelvis, and breast, ultrasounds are commonly used to guide needle and catheter placement in a variety of surgical ...Read more
Unremarkable scan.: This is typical verbage for an unremarkable prenatal ultrasound. That means that the examination did not identify major fetal anomalies such as gastroschisis, omphalocele, anencephaly, spina bifida, diaphragmatic hernia, major heart/kidney/lung/skeletal defects. Congratulations - however keep in mind that even in experienced centers the detection rate of anomalies may not surpass 60-80%. ...Read more
What does it mean " the gallblader is physiologically distended" in an ultrasound report. Had fasting for 12hours before the test?
Probably: Means that the gallbladder is normal, as fasting for 12 hours before the ultrasound would be expected to cause the gallbladder to retain bile and become full or distended. Eating causes the gallbladder to empty its bile fluid. It is expected that one would not eat before the ultrasound so the gallbladder can be seen properly. ...Read more
My wife s ultrasound report showed her cervix measured 2.9 cms in length. Is this normal. And what does it mean?
Pregnant?: Depends why they did the ultrasound. If she is pregnant, how many weeks? This can help give a risk of preterm delivery. If she's not pregnant, it doesn't really mean anything. ...Read more
HC and AC: H.C. Refers to head circumference and a.C. Refers to abdominal circumference. ...Read more
What does it mean.. my ultrasound report is.both adenxa are norml and shows small immature follicles wit no mass or cyst seen?
Normal report: ...if you are pre-menopausal (but of course you haven't provided us your age). What was the reason the test was performed in the first place? ...Read more
May have: Fatty liver also called steatosis. This can lead to liver damage/ cirrhosis. Also associated with metabolic syndrome and diabetes. Time to see a doctor and improve your health. Eat correctly, exercise, no smoking, and take your prescribed meds. Fatty liver can be reversed! please get started. ...Read more
What does transverse diameter cerebellum , slightly prominent mean on a prenatal ultrasound report ?
Probably nothing: You'll have to ask the OB/GYN if there's any clinical significance to that finding since there is much more to both the report as well as the pregnancy than you have told us. The statement by itself is saying that the technologist doing the ultrasound feels the WIDTH of the cerebellum (part of brain in back that controls balance) is VERY WELL visualized.. But that doesn't say much in my opinion. ...Read more
Ultrasound report says echogenic liver with fatty infiltration. What does this mean? What do I need to do?
This is essentially: fat deposition throughout the liver tissue. There are numerous potential causes, for example obesity and certain medications(e.g. Steroids). Sometimes there is no identifiable cause(idiopathic) . It is generally a benign and potentially reversible condition. Speak with your doctor about potential etiologies in your case, and next steps. ...Read more
In my ultrasound report...doctor has highlighted that "no fetal anomaly detected"...what does it mean...plz tell me in detail?
My ultrasound report at 24 weeks 2 days says that my placenta is posterior and fundal, G 1, away from os.
What does it means ?
Good news: The best news is that the placenta is away from the cervical canal. This means you can have a natural birth. Fundal means the placenta is located towards the top of your uterus and posterior means that the placenta is located at the back wall of the uterus. G1 means that your placenta looks very healthy and is able to provide sufficient nutrients and oxygen to your baby. ...Read more
Ultrasound report=moderate ascietes in peritonial cavity and lesion on spleen.What does this mean and what tests should be done for further evaluation?
Several things: Ascites most commonly is due to either liver failure or cancer, though there are many other. If cirrhosis is present, this is the most likely cause. The lesion on the spleen may need further evaluation, or simply another scan in a few months to make certain it has not changed. ...Read more
My ultrasound report came back retroverted uterus measuring 37cc and saying I have multiple bilateral follicles, I'm just wondering what this means.
Ultrasound: That ultrasound not abnormal. You have a lot of eggs to hatch (follicles) and your uterus has sagged abit backwards instead or the normal forward positions ...Read more
My ultrasound report says "gall bladder is distended show smooth walls, lumen is echo free, common bile duct is not dilated" What does this all mean? Should I be worried?
Gallbladder U/S: This sounds like a normal report. Echo free means no stones or polyps were seen. No bile duct dilation is normal. Gallbladder distention can be normal (it fills with bile then contracts to release the bile with meals). Of course, the report should be interpreted by the ordering physician, taking into account your symptoms that led to it being ordered in the first place. ...Read more
Ask for it.: This simplest approach is to ask for a copy at your next appointment. Your medical record is owned by the practice; however, the information contained in that record is yours. You have the right to review your record and request copies. A formal request would need to be in writing and there may be an associated charge for the work involved in preparing copies, but it cannot be denied you. ...Read more
Details?: depends upon what is being measured. For the most part, ultrasound measurements of abdominal organs is very accurate. Very similar to the measurements on CT. ...Read more
You can see: At around 20 weeks, the genitalia are visible my ultrasound, so given the right image you can see if this will be a little boy or girl. Sometimes however, depending on the babies position in the womb it can be difficult to tell with certainty. ...Read more
No acute disease: When there are no findings that are worrisome., we often will use that . Saves time and words ...Read more
It depends: IT depends where the calcification was seen and what the characteristics were. Calcification can be a normal finding on ultrasound and is usually not indicative of serious disease! Speak with your doctor for follow up. ...Read more
Ultrasound Report details are given below I want to know is this serious? And operating is only solution or medicine can also help? If yes which med
I don't see: the report. If you want a second opinion or interpretation, feel free to initiate a Concierge consult, otherwsie perhaps post again with whatever report verbiage will fit. ...Read more
Depends on variables: Although the parts may be present it is difficult to be accurate on gender assessment at 12 weeks.In the hands of a skilled tech with a high resolution probe this can sometimes be suggestive.However, it is more reliable around 18-20 wks. Even then, I have seen folks who decorated a nursery based on us have to repaint when baby delivered. ...Read more
What,Don'tTrust'Em??: Most normal lymph nodes are about 1cm in size (0.5 - 2.0cm) but varies depending on location and its activity.Infections,cancer and many other conditions can cause it to enlarge as it and the immune system react to a problem.There are 500-700 lymph nodes spread through the body so variations in size can be...sizeable(e.g. 0.5cm at the elbow and 2cm in the groin are are"big"),depends on the problem ...Read more
No: free fluid is normal.Get a more detailed answer ›
See below: Please send the part of the report that indicates whether or not the ultrasound technician was able to visualize the penis. ...Read more
Mammo shows Heterogeneously dense which may obsure sm masses Birads 2 breasts no suspicious masses dr wanting ultrasound report said annual mammo ?
What should be my due date?
1 ultrasound report says that its 11 january
But other says that its 20th january 2015
My LMP is 3rd april 2014(irregular)
Earliest: The earliest ultrasound is the most accurate and I would rely on that since you say your periods are irregular. The margin of error (how many weeks plus or minus) for ultrasounds increases as pregnancy progresses. All 3 day embryos are pretty much the same size but babies at term can be normal and be 6-9 pounds. ...Read more
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