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I just had a transvaginal ultrasound that said that there was a "5mm hyperechoic endometrial mass". Is there any chance this is a decidual reaction?

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Dr. Jeff Livingston
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In brief: Sonohystogram

If an endometrial mass was seen on transvaginal sonogram this is typically followed up with another test that allows visualization of the area.
A specialized sonogram called a sonohystogram is a simple next step. Some doctors can look at the area in question with a camera called a hysteroscope. Endometrial polyps or submucosal fibroids are the most likely cause

In brief: Sonohystogram

If an endometrial mass was seen on transvaginal sonogram this is typically followed up with another test that allows visualization of the area.
A specialized sonogram called a sonohystogram is a simple next step. Some doctors can look at the area in question with a camera called a hysteroscope. Endometrial polyps or submucosal fibroids are the most likely cause
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