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What it is mean for sonographically normal sized anteverted uterus with thin intact endometrium?

hi. im kathy 24 yrs.old. i just ask i do ultrasound yesterday then i got the result already. my question is what it is mean for sonographically normal sized anteverted uterus with thin intact endometrium? then what mean polycystic like features both ovaries? then uterus measure 4.92x3.63x3.78 cm wth smooth contour and homogenous echopattern., cervix measure 2.28x1.88 cm it closed wth homogenous echoes. the endometrial stripe measure 0.96 cm then the subendometrial halo is intact.
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Sonographically normal uterus implies that your uterus has a normal size
on ultrasound (echography). Anteverted implies the uterus is slightly
bend forward which is common with most women. The thickness of the
endometrium (inner layer of uterus) depends on the time at the cycle;
thin after menses and gradually grows through the cycle to breakdown
again during next menses.
Polycystic ovaries implies that there are follicles in the ovary which could
just be physiological and unless it is associated with other symptoms of the
polycystic ovarian syndrome, its not a problem.

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Answered: Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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