What can MRI tell about ovarian cyst?

Simple or complex. An MRI can show if the cysts are simple cysts or complex cysts, or if they have other characteristics that would indicate that further evaluation or follow-up is needed. If they are simple cysts, further evaluation is usually not needed.

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4-5cm ovarian cyst appeared 3 months after cyst removal. MRI a month later showed there's nothing significant. Do I repeat this? Having another pain

Probably not. Ovarian cysts at your age are very common. They can enlarge, regress, and rupture - which can cause pain. Your pain may also be related to your cycles. You can also follow ovarian cysts under ultrasound which may be faster and easier than MRI. Read more...

Was diagnosed w/large complex Left ovarian cyst. MRI scheduled in 2 weeks to further evaluate. Tonight I had same pain on right side not left! ??

Ovaries "move"! Ovaries do not necessarily stay on one side when they are significantly enlarged, but swing behind or in front of the uterus with symptoms based upon location. Read more...

Mri is scheduled for my ovarian cyst, 5-6cm. I just had lap surgery for removing endometoeioma 4 mts ago. Recurrence? What can I know from mri?

More Information. The MRI can determine what the content of the cyst might be such as blood, fat, solid tissue, vascularity of the, "cyst". The MRI can also show if there are characteristic of the presumed cyst that suggest that there might be a tumor. Read more...