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Is endometriosis detectable in ultrasound. Pelvic ultrasound done. History of abortions

My pelvic tvs usg has following result: Uterus:Normal in size anteverted and antiflexed with homogenous myometrical echogenicity. Endometrial echo is midline in location and measures 9 mm. Overies: Overies normal in size and echotexture. Both ovaries are approachable. Few follicles seen. right overy 31x23mm, left 32x24mm. what is the meaninf os this? it was done on 7-th day of period. I am 39, having 4 missed abortion. Via ultrasound (TVS) is endometriosis ,(myom, fibroied) detectable ?
Asked On : Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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hello mam, thanks for trusting health care magic.
your ultrasonography is perfectly normal and not suggesting any pathology
yes the diseases mentioned by you can be detected on ultrasound to a large extent especially in hands of experts.
in my opinion you need to undergo certain blood investigations like TORCH group of infections, blood sugars, antiphospholipid antibodies and complete hemogram.
wish you the best of health
Answered: Tue, 29 Apr 2014
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