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There is trace free fluid in the cul de sac pelvic usg

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What does intrauterine pregnancy in the USG report mean?

evidence of bleed noted. 7.No evidence of any uterine or adnexal mass. 8.No free pelvic fluid. Impression ...I had received my wife s usg for viability reports and followings points were mentioned. 1.single ...
 

HSG shows tubal occlusion. Pelvic USG shows ovarian cyst. Can I conceive?

size 3.7x2.3cm, right ovary is normal, there is no free fluid at the Pouch of Douglas. can i conceive ... occlusion, Lateral left tubal occlusion. Pelvic Ultrasoud results: uterus normal in size and echogenicity ...
 

USG of uterus done. Advice?

is normal. Both ovaries appear normal in size and structure. Adnexae bilaterally free. Pouch Douglas is normal. No free pelvic collection. No cyst, no cyesis or retained products of conception sighted ...
 

small follicles bilaterally found in pelvic ultrasound

i had pelvic ultrasound done and small follicles bilaterally were found with no free fluid in the cul-de-sac what does this mean? ...
 

Does pelvic scan reveal cysts?

echo free fluid in cul-de-sac. Impression: Acyesis Nil masses/cyst ?PID ...Pelvic scan report: non gravid and anteverted, outline is fair & myometrial echoes are smooth. Nill ...
 

What does this pelvic ultrasound result indicate?

ovary measures 3.1*1.4cm no adnexal mass seen on either side .mild free fluid in cul-de-sac . she ...
 

What does my pelvic ultrasound indicate?

ovaries.(no free fluid in the posterior cul-de-sac)..thank you and i appreciate ur answers ...
 

Done with my usg pelvis scan report. Can any online doctors help me on this?

fluid in cul - de - sac. Impression ~~~~~~~~~ *Sonographic appearance of polycystic ovaries. --For ...my usg pelvis scan report was shown the following result. Uterus ~~~~~ Bladder appears normal ...
 

Missed period, negative pregnancy test. USG featured PCOD, advised Metaphage, Folicum. What am I suffering from?

follicles seen Minimal free fluid in Cul-de-sac Impression: USG features of PCOD “. My doctor gave me some ...
 

Is my USG report normal?

LMP 21.08.2012.Beta HCG was 27000mlU/ml on 02.10.2012.Did USG on 08.10.2012.report shows single intrauterine Gestational Sac measuring 1.10 cm without foetal pole.Rim of fluid seen around the sac ...
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What does this USG of uterus indicate?

ovaries could not be seen-atrophic No adenexal mass is seen, no free fluid in POD. Imp endometrial ... visited gyna doctor and USG done on GE voluson and t.v.s report is Uterus is anteverted, bulky in size 76 ...
 

Pelvic ultrasound showing Prominent endometrial echo. Does this mean cancer of uterus?

pelvic ultrasound says "Prominent endometrial echo is seen at 12mm. Cervix is within normal limits. Myometrium is unremarkable. Adnexa not seen. No free fluid is seen in the cul-de-sac." Does this mean cancer ...
 

What does my pelvic ultrasound report indicate?

, no adnexal lesions seen. Cul-de-sac is clear. ...HI I a post menopausal female of age 58 (Last menses at age 48-49). My pelvic ultrasound report ...
 

What does this pelvic ultrasound regarding vaginal bleeding indicate?

a simple cyst with dimensions listed above. 3. No adnexal mass or free fluid in the cul-de-sac. Hemoglobin .... No free pelvic fluid is defined. IMPRESSION : 1. Endometrial hypertrophy. No intra-endometrial mass ...
 

What are the further tests to be taken after being diagnosed with ovarian cyst through USG?

like cramps, but I've not had my menses yet. A pelvic usg reported a right ovarian cyst (echo-free fluid) measuring (3.5 x 2.6)mm. I read more about it online and the general impression I get is that it ...
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