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With No Myometrial Lesion
What does a Lt ovarian complex cyst showing internal septation with homogenous echogenic texture with no vascularity mean.Please help.Thanks.
Not simply water: Ovarian cysts come in different flavors. The simple ovarian cyst usually contains a water like substance and not internal echoes on ultrasound . Complex cysts may have blood on the inside called hemorrhagic cyst. With time, the blood degenerates and fibrin may be inside. The septa are occasionally cell walls or may be thickened or very thin. To be complete, cancers can be cystic. yours like blood. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Gallbladder without gallstones but with a few small hyperechoic nodules along its inner wall largest measuring 0.8 x 0.9 x 0.6 cm compatible with small polyps versus adenomyomatosis. No Sxs. Treat?
Adenomyomatosis: Rarely, adenomyomatosis can progress to form sinus tracts or communications. If no symptoms, monitoring is appropriate as there is no malignant potential and ultrasound is a reliable imaging technique for diagnosis. It is something to keep in the back of your mind and to provide when giving a medical history in the future. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Uterus with no myometrial lesion . The endometrium is slightly thickened at 0.97 cm and intact minimal free fluid in the culdesac?
Normal: These are all normal. 1. No myometrial lesions means no fibroids or adenomysis or anything worse. 2. The Endometrial lining is normal for your age 3. A small amount of fluid in cul-de-sac (lowest part of the pelvis) is normal ...Read more
Ultrasound shows ISO/hypoechoic focal lesion mesring 28x18 mm in segment V with slitly irregulr margins. Is this considered small size or not so small?
Liver segment V shows an ISO/hypoechoic focal lesion mesring 28x18 mm with slitly irregulr margins.No incrsd vasularity on colr doplr? Is it considered small or not so small?
Primary or met: angiomas or fibromas may present as such. Hepatic angiogram showing specific arterial blood supply more common with malignancies since hepatic cells derive major blood supply from portal system. If Hep C present think of hepatoma. Microwave ablation frequently can eliminate such lesions but bx should be obtained first. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Endometrial stripe 5mm. Fundal fibroid 2cm with a broad based connection with the fundus. There is also a sub mucosal lesion 7mm. 4cm cyst left ovary.
'UTERUS IS ANTEVERTED & BULKY IN SIZE WITH NORMAL SHAPE & ECHOTEXTURE. ENDOMETRIAL THICKNESS IS NORMAL. MYOMETRIAL ECOGENICITY IS HOMOGENOUS. NO FOCAL?
Not entirely sure of: how best to answer your question. Antroverted is the more common position (80%) of the uterus and size varies. I cannot give specific medical advice on your particular health, but fibroids or other tumors or abnormalities would be expected to have abnormal thickness, irregular shape (NON-homogenous) and spots of problems (focal abnormality) .. and the report implies nothing abnormal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
6.5X5.5CM multioculated hypodensity nonenhancing liver cyst with no solid mass but with lobulations. Could it be cancer?
Both breasts show heterogeneous echopattern. No mass lesion or calcification seen.No evident ductal dilatation or skin thickening noted.Meaning?
Likely benign: Imaging of the breast is imperfect at best. Heterogeneity in the breast is a common finding typically leading to class ii or birads 2 result on the mammogram. This is almost always a benign finding and is typical of a one-year follow-up repeat mammogram. The procedure is generally very low risk with very low levels of radiation. Get a clinical breast exam from your doctor and repeat mammo. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is a heterogeneously hypoechonic nodule 1.4x1.1x1.1cm thyroid nodule with microlobulated margins with no calcifications is a possible malignant one?
No definite answer.: There's no way to know from an ultrasound whether a thyroid nodule is malignant or benign. Don't be fooled by Radiologist - all imaging is limited in its ability to diagnose these conditions. The only way to tell for certain about malignancy is to undergo a biopsy. In the mean time, an iodine uptake-and-scan could help. You'll need blood tests & the help of an endocrinologist as well. Use HT Prime ...Read more
Is a heterogeneously hypoechonic nodule 1.4x 1.1 x 1.1 cm nodule with microlobulated margins with no calcifications a possible malignant one?
I'm sorry I can't: give you my best answer because I don't know what tissue/organ you are talking about -- breast? thyroid? liver? In general, when a nodule is heterogeneous, meaning various densities within the nodule, vs homogenous (when it is all the same), one is more suspicious. Microlobulations may add to this. I would not feel safe saying this is a benign nodule. Good wishes. ...Read more
Had vaginal sonogram. Showed multiple cystic lesions. Lining looks complex. No vascularity. What does this mean? Cancer?
Talk to your GYN: Your gyn and radiologist should be able to tell you if these look like simple cysts or if they are more concerning and should be followed with repeat ultrasounds or removed. ...Read more
I was diagnose with 5x5 mm isoechioc solid thyroid nodule without evidence of, microcalcifications no masses, no lymphadenopathy visualized what dis?
What does cervical region shows echogenic endometrium with 5x5mm size irregular cystic area with mild hypervascularity mean. Is it decidual tissue. ?
Doubtful: Decidual tissue is only present when you are pregnant. Assuming you are not pregnant, these findings on you ultrasound could represent a uterine polyp, a fibroid or a cancer in the uterus. You might want to consider having a biopsy of the inside of the uterus or a hysteroscopy. A hysteroscopy is a procedure where you look into the uterus with a small camera. Best wishes! ...Read more
Please help? My ultrasound showed heterogeneous echtexture no cyst or discrete lesions. Isthmus thickness 3.4mm some lobulation right greater left
Inflammation: You are describing inflammatory changes.Get a more detailed answer ›
My 2 consectv fnac report reveal follicular neoplasm with microfollicular pattern, with anisonuecleosis, no colloid. Is it benign or malignant?
Follicular lesions: FNA cannot differentiate between benign and malignant follicular lesions. Evidence of capsular or lymph/vascular invasion are necessary to diagnose follicular carcinoma. FNA can help determine if surgery is needed to further classify a lesion, or if a "wait and watch" approach is warranted. For definitive diagnosis, the nodule has to be removed and examined by a pathologist. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Endometrial biopsy says profilferative endometrium with focal ciliated metaplasia. I have history of tickened endometrium and with irregular menstrual?
Is hypoechoic lesion with some irregular margins no doppler flow focal taller than wide morphology and some questionable posterior acoustic shadowing.
What was scanned?: This may not be the forum to answer your questions, as we are limited to 400 characters in our response. You are best off using HealthTap Prime to upload the entire report or discussing the report with the doctor who ordered the scan. From your wording, it seems as if it's an ultrasound scan. What part of the body? What symptoms were you having? This report may not explain anything except artifact ...Read more
Uterus demonstrates a homogeneous echogenic appearance no suspicious masses or free fluid in the culdesac. What does that mean?
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