From your description your mother's pelvic ultrasound
seems to be find except for the cervix which seems to have abnormalities and also the absence of ovaries which probably has atrophied with ageing as you earlier mentioned (given that she has not previous abdominal surgical history) . Bulky irregular heterogenous cervix indicates most probably a diseases condition which could be benign or malignant. The only way to determine the cause of the presentation of the cervix on ultrasound is to do first a pap smear
, then do a biopsy
and analyses in a laboratory. After which a doctor/gynobs would have to proceed with appropriate management plan depending on the results. As cervical cancer
management depends on stage and level of metastasis. It could be cervical benign hyperplasia
which could require only medical treatment.
Hope this helps