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What is the meaning of multiple hypoechoic masses within the intra-mural and subserosal layers?

Can someone please explain the meaning of the following? multiple hypo-echoic masses ( Fibroids ) within the intra-mural and subserous layers .
Asked On : Sun, 11 Mar 2012
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Welcome to HCM,
This is finding of radiological investigation. When there is any abnormal mass is there, it reflected by different echoic waves. As you write in your query, in this case it is for fibroid, which is situated in intra-mural and subserous layers
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