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ominant 2.6 cm left overian follicle . uterus is retroverted measure 8.3/4.6/6.0 cm. endo metrium measures 19 mm in thickness. 1.4/1.0/1.5 cm hypoechoic mass at the anterior lower uterine body likley represents a fibroid which abuts the adjacent endomettrium. additional subtle isoechoic fibroid is noted at the posterior fundus measuring 1.5 cm not seen previously. mild free fluid in the culdesac and left adnexa, likely physiologic.
Asked On : Mon, 13 Aug 2012
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Hello and thank you for posting your query on HCM
Your ultrasound report suggests that there is a cyst measuring 2.6cm in your left ovary. Usually cysts of this size do not cause any discomfort.
The lower part of your uterus shows a fibroid which is a growth of muscles of uterus. This may cause problem or may remain asymptomatic if small in size.
Rest is fine, neednt worry.
Take care
Answered: Sat, 25 Aug 2012
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