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Done abdomen USG. Enlarged ovary with dominant follicle, normal uterus. Explanation?

Hi my USG Whole Abdomen report contains this line given belolw:
Right ovary is enlarged in size with dominant follicle seen. Left ovary is normal in shape in size.
RO:44.5 x 18.6 mm LO: 37.9 x 21.3 mm

Uterus & Adenexa: Uterus is normal in shape, size and contour. There is no evidence of any mass lesion in the uterus. The myometrium has homogeneous echostructure. The endometrium is centrally placed. No free fluid is present in pouch of douglas. Uterus Size: 62.3 x 35.9 x 24.4 mm
What does it mean please explain in understandable language
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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The right ovary is only mildly enlarged as compared to the left and this probably is just a normal variant. The ovary develops multiple follicles every menestrual cycle. These follicles contain the eggs and grow during the cycle. Over time though, one of the follicles enlarges more than the rest and becomes the dominant follicle. It is this follicle which ruptures and releases the eggs for conception during that cycle. This is a normal phenomenon. The rest of the scan just describes the normal appearance of your other pelvic structures.

Overall, the report appears normal.

Answered: Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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