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What bleeding problems may be identified with a pelvic ultrasound?
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In brief: 4 disorders
An pelvic ultrasound may show 1)a pregnancy that is in the wrong place (ectopic) or that is miscarrying, 2) fibroids (benign growths coming from the wall of the uterus, 3) a thickened lining of the uterine cavity from a polyp or overgrowth of the endometrial cells, 4)ovarian cysts or masses and 5) adenomyosis.

In brief: 4 disorders
An pelvic ultrasound may show 1)a pregnancy that is in the wrong place (ectopic) or that is miscarrying, 2) fibroids (benign growths coming from the wall of the uterus, 3) a thickened lining of the uterine cavity from a polyp or overgrowth of the endometrial cells, 4)ovarian cysts or masses and 5) adenomyosis.
Dr. Katherine Sutherland
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Dr. Peder Horner
Radiology - Interventional
In brief: Pelvic US can...
Pelvic ultrasound can help diagnose causes of uterine bleeding such as: endometrial polyp, endometrial thinning or thickening, and uterine fibroids among other etiologies.

In brief: Pelvic US can...
Pelvic ultrasound can help diagnose causes of uterine bleeding such as: endometrial polyp, endometrial thinning or thickening, and uterine fibroids among other etiologies.
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