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Scan report showing anteverted uterus, smooth and regular endometrial echoes. What does it mean?

uterus: 51*31*35mm.ET-3 anteverted uterus. normal in size, myometrial echotexture is normal. no focal lessions . endometrial echoes are smooth and regular. ovaries: right ovary:35*21mm. left ovary: 30*16mm. both ovaries are normal in size and contour . parenchymal echotexture is normal , no focal lesions. right ovary et left ovary ff at there any problem
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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Thanks for your query.

The above ultrasound finding is perfectly normal. There is nothing to worry about it.
Normal upper limit of ET- endometrial thickness is 5mm in post menopausal women and 10mm in premenopausal women.
Since your ET is 3mm, its completely normal.
There are two positions of uterus anteverted and retroverted.
Anteverted uterus is the normal position of uterus.
Hope this helps.
Dr Nilofer
Answered: Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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