My mother had undergone ultersound test, the result is below
Uterus: Is anteverted and normal in size, measures 3.8 x 4.6 x 6.5 cms. There is a well defined, hyperechoic lesion on the right lateral wall measuring ~48.5 x 44.3 x 44.6 mm (vol : 50.3 cc). Few specks of calcification are noted.
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I would like to know more about your mother's condition. Why was the sonogram done? Are there any symptoms like heavy periods, intermenstrual bleeding, pain etc.?
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Since the lesion is well defined, it is more likely to be a myoma which can show calcification. CT scan, MRI can be useful for more precision. A myoma is a benign tumor i.e., it is not cancerous.
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It is not serious but needs a clinical evaluation.
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Though it is not a serious problem, I would suggest a proper clinical evaluation. Follow up to see if the size of the lesion changes is important. Further management can be planned accordingly.
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