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PCO. Ultrasound showed inadequate folliculogenesis, hepatomegaly with fatty infiltration. Help?

Hi, greetings to U. Please explain me abt my 4D ultra sound result. Late Proliferative type of endometrium. Ovaries with some features of poly cystic ovaries . (Hypertrophied & Echogenic stroma) Inadequate folliculogenesis . Antral reserve-good in both ovaries. No uterine/ adexal mass. few nabothian cysts- cervix. No pelvic collections. hepatomegaly (17cms) with fatty infiltration. 3.0 x 3.0 cms hypoechoiec sol with good posterior enhancement and minimal vascularity in th 7th segment of liver -? atypical maemangima normally appearing GB, pancreas, spleen and kidneys.
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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Thanks. You need to consult an Endocrinologist and gynacologist for polycystic overies. For liver hemangioma, you can consult gastroenterologist after getting your liver function test. wish you good health.
Answered: Tue, 30 Jul 2013
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