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Pelvic ultrasound shows hypoechoic lesion in uterine fundus. Worst case scenario?

I jus got bk my health report, dont want to be too pessimist but would like to know the worst case scenario from below indications. Report from ULTRASOUND PELVIS There is a focal round hypoechoic lesion in the uterine fundus, measuring 1.2 X 1.8cm. The endometrium is not thickened. There are round hypoechoic lesions in both adnexa. The left adnexal lesion measures 4.5 X 5.0cm. The right adnexal lesion is 3.3 X 4.5cm.
Asked On : Sun, 16 Sep 2012
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Hi, Welcome to HCM

First of all mention your age. The lesion mentioned in fundus possiblly looks like a small fibroid.

In worst case scenario the fibroid may cause excessive bleeding during menses and second trimester abortion(if in the range of parity age), but this lesion is too small , so dont worry too much.

second thing,please tell the lesions in both adenexa are seen separately from ovary or not. Then only it will possible to tell whether they are normal or any pathology. Endometrium is not thickened so no risk of endometrial(uterine) cancer.

Answered: Mon, 17 Sep 2012
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