US shows anechoic cyst in ovary. What does this mean?
Hi, My wife s ultrasound reports says, RIGHT OVARY SHOWS A ANECHOIE CYST OF SIZE 41 X 35 mm. What does it mean...Is it critical? Pls suggest. She has a bit of abdominal and back pain, weight loss and irregular bleeding (some times) and pain in intercourse. However we have taken appointment with...
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Cyst on liver, ovaries. Treatment?
Went into the ER for symptoms of apendicidus, they did CT scan ruled out apendendidus, found a cyst on liver 5.8 cm and cyst on overaies. I followed u[ with primary care dr and ob dr. Primary care Dr sent me Gastrologist to check live, he also informed me the cyst had bben there and has grown, no...
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Can an anechoic cyst cause low blood sugar ?
I am on a feeding tube to control reactive hypoglycemia . I have had some dangerous lows recently despite using the tube (I have been using it successfully for a year now). I came to find out that I have a 6cm anechoic cyst on an ovary . I have been
Have Myoma and details given. Anechoic cyst in adnexa. Surgery?
i am 53 yrs old and had myoma details are: M1 intramural posterior 6.2 x 5.9 x 4.1cm and M2 intramural left low posterior(above level of cervix 2.8x 2.8 x 1.7 cm. There are multiple anechoic cysts in the uterine cervix size range 4.2 - 12.8 cm. Also there is 2.7 x 2.2 x 1.9 cm thin walled,non...
This can mean that you have an infection in your liver like liver abscess or it can be hydatic cyst of liver.
What is your liver function test? What problem made you get an usg abdomen.
Do you consume alcohol?
Do you have fever, jaundice,weight loss?
Review with the answers.
Dr Anshul, MD
An aortic scan revealed that I have a " lump pn my liver." What are the likely diagnoses for this?
The lump on the liver that has been detected could be due to a hemangioma, an infection- abscess, a parasitic infestation or a cyst. This can be a benign or a mlignant lump. Do get yourself further investigated to find out the cause.
what is liver cirrhosis
Cirrhosis is a pathological condition where liver undergoes irreversible microscopic changes; thereby reducing its functional capacity.
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