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Pelvic scan showed gravy, bulky, anteverted with single gestational sac, fetal pole with cardiac pulsation. Meaning?

Good morning, pls i just did a pelvic scan report that reads ---gravid, bulky and seen in an anteverted position containing a single gestation sac which habours a fetal pole with a crl 60.9mm corresponding to 12weeks,4days. fetal cardiac pulsation is seen, myometrium is homogeneous in pattern. pls can you explain this to me.
Asked On : Thu, 6 Sep 2012
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Hi,welcome to healthcare magic

Gravid means pregnant , bulky means increased size or thickness of the uterus which is normal in pregnancy.
Anteverted position just refers to the position of the uterus- it means that it is tipped forward which is the common position of the uterus.
CRL- crown rump length of the baby (head to bottom length) was 60.9 mm which corresponds to a baby of 12 weeks in age.
Fetal cardiac pulse means that they heard the baby's heart which is good.
Myometrium homogenous - myometrium is the muscle in the uterus, homegenous implies that it looks uniform, all appears the same, this is good

I hope this helps and I hope that you have a healthy baby
Answered: Thu, 6 Sep 2012
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