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Sonogram shows anteverted uterus with hyperechoic endometrium. What does it mean?

what does my sonogram result mean with this impression: Anteverted uterus with an intact hyperechoic endometrium - cannot totally ruled out an endometrial pathology - please correlate clinically MYOMA Uteri, as described Normal ovaries with follicles identified on the right No adnexal masses seen No cul-de-sac fluid
Fri, 24 Aug 2012
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Hello
Thank you for posting your query.
Your USG report indicates that a mass/ growth is arising from the myometrium (muscle layer of uterus) is present.
The position of uterus and both ovaries are normal.

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