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How are the follicular cysts diagnosed?

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Dr. Eva Duckett
Radiology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: With a sonogram

Follicular cysts are the cysts in the ovaries that develop monthly.
Several cysts will develop but usually only one with an egg will rupture/ovulate. Follicular cysts are normal and seen on the pelvic sonogram quite easily.

In brief: With a sonogram

Follicular cysts are the cysts in the ovaries that develop monthly.
Several cysts will develop but usually only one with an egg will rupture/ovulate. Follicular cysts are normal and seen on the pelvic sonogram quite easily.
Dr. Eva Duckett
Dr. Eva Duckett
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Dr. Paul Cohen
Family Medicine
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In brief: Sonography

These are usually diagnosed by clinical presentation; and confrimed by ultrasound.

In brief: Sonography

These are usually diagnosed by clinical presentation; and confrimed by ultrasound.
Dr. Paul Cohen
Dr. Paul Cohen
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Dr. Howard Fertel
Emergency Medicine

In brief: Us

Ultrasound of the pelvis.

In brief: Us

Ultrasound of the pelvis.
Dr. Howard Fertel
Dr. Howard Fertel
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