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Ct reports 'physiological change seen in both adnexa and uterine cavity'. Could this indicate a prolapse? Or/and what else could it indicate?

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Dr. Michael Gabor
Diagnostic Radiology

In brief: "Physiological

changes" is nonspecific verbiage, but it would imply normal findings.
It would not indicate prolapse.

In brief: "Physiological

changes" is nonspecific verbiage, but it would imply normal findings.
It would not indicate prolapse.
Dr. Michael Gabor
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