what does it mean by, the anteverted , non gravid uterus contains a 5.0*4.6cm left sided anterior intramural fibroid. There is also a 4.4*3.3cm left-sided subserosal fibroid present. The uterus measure 9 ...
i am 35 yrs old had a HSG which shows the uterus opacified with contrast and normal contour. the right tube visualised only in its medial one third and the left tube is not visualised. No free spill ...
..... and theresno significant abnormality seen in the scan....i ve searched over the meaning of retroverted uterus ... negative to pregnancy .my ultrasound results were as follows: Uterus is retroverted and appear normal ...
40 - 45 but her infection is 180. I dont know what does this mean. this is what she told to me. her ...My grlfriend is infected with UTERUS TB. she have been taking medicine for this from last month ...
uterus and cervics are inflammation i have been tested for std s i dont have any. my dr said my uterus and cerics are inflamed and doesn t want me to have a period for 6 months and see if it goes away ...
what does placenta is anterior low and coverinv internal os mean
It means that the placenta is occluding the opening or the exit of the uterus now.
what is the meaning of corpus luteum on the right ovary.consider adenomyosis in normal size anteverted uterus and intact endometrium.
Thanks for your question.
Corpus luteum is a scar on the ovary which indicates ovulation has taken place in this cycle.
Adenomyosis is a disease in which inner most lining of the womb is abnormally present in the muscular part of the womb. In this condition womb is usually enlarged in size.
Intact endometrium means, inner most layer of the womb is without any defect.
I went to do ultrasound and was given the report as 'the uterus is bulky and contains gestational sac' what does it mean
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It means you are pregnant.
Presence of G-sac confirms early pregnancy.
Uterus is bulky it means it is enlarged.
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