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What is the meaning of increased echogenicity within the endometrial canal in the lower uterine segment? Worth worrying?

my impression of my ultrasound states rounded areas of increased echogenicity within the endometrial canal in the lower uterine segment. this has the appearanceof blood clots. also thereis heteroheneity throughout the myometrium . also rigth ovary is 4.2*2.2*3.7 and left measures 2.1*1.1*1cm what does this measn do i need any medical attention quick or no.
Asked On : Mon, 1 Oct 2012
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According to the report, the increased echogenicity in the cervical canal may be blood clots. Often such blood clots are seen in the endometrium,less often in the lower segment unless there is history of heavy bleeding.It will depend on your medical history and symptoms. Along with that one ovary is slightly bulky, and that usually seen if its cystic. This does have to be checked out with a pelvic examination but as i said, your history is important.
Answered: Tue, 24 Sep 2013
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