my ultra sound showed liver appears homogeneous in echotexture.the liver measures 18.1 cm ... abnormalitys.the portal and heptic veins are patent.then inferior vena cava is patent.i wanted to know what ...
Hello sir , For my aunt in ultrasound of abdomen the results ra like this -liver diffusely coarse in echotexture-suggestive of chronic liver disease -Moderate Splenomegaly(spleen-15cm) -Bulky uterus -Bilateral ...
I just had a liver altasound it shows... Liver is borderline enlarged measuring up to 19 cm in length. There is diffused increase echo geniality in the liver parenchyma with focal areas of decreased ...
an ultrasound today (to rule out a herniated upper abdominal muscle tear of last week) that indicated a mild fatty liver of around 200 vs. a 150 within normal limits. What does this mean? My body fat is low, I can ...
what is the meaning of correlate clinically in the ultrasound result?
and what is normohydramnios?
and fetal well being
Thanks for ur query. It means that the doctor correlates his clinical findings and tentative diagnosis with the ultrasound findings.
Normohydramnios means that the amount of fluid in the uterus,(around the fetus, is NORMAL. So, there is NOTHING to worry about: the ultrasound report is NORMAL and fetus is healthy.
Dr. Rakesh Karanwal
I went to do ultrasound and was given the report as 'the uterus is bulky and contains gestational sac' what does it mean
Thanks for writing to HCM
It means you are pregnant.
Presence of G-sac confirms early pregnancy.
Uterus is bulky it means it is enlarged.
My ultrasound result says that " minimal free fluid with otherwise unremarkable sonographic evaluation of the pelvis?
What does it mean?
Thanks for writing in.
The pouch of Douglas is an anatomical area behind the uterus which usually does not contain any fluid in normal circumstances. In many women little fluid can be seen during the time of ovulation (14 days before onset of periods) and this can be considered normal.
All the information, content and live chat provided on the site is intended to be for informational purposes only, and not a substitute for professional or medical advice. You should always speak with your doctor before you follow anything that you read on this website. Any health question asked on this site will be visible to the people who browse this site. Hence, the user assumes the responsibility not to divulge any personally identifiable information in the question. Use of this site is subject to our
Terms & Conditions