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Ultrasound report showed anteverted uterus, heterogenous myometrium echotexture, Hypoechoic lesion. Suggest?

This is the main body of Ultrasound report Uterus Anteverted, measure 8.2x4.3cm Myometrium echotexture is heterogenous, Hypoechoic lesion of size 3.0x2.6cm seen in anterior wall of uterus. A large hypoechoic lesion of size 7.4x5.6 cm is projecting out from fundal region of uterus. Endometrial echo is well defined and measures 4.9mm in thickness. So please suggested us what to do as the age of my sister is 32 years
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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Hello ma'am.

Your sister is still in her reproductive age and quite young. I am unsure about her familial status, whether she has completed her family or not.

But considering her age, I would advise surgical excision of the lesion along with electrocauterization. This is the best option given her age, and will also help in maintaining her fertility status, in case she decides/wishes to have a child in the future.

Please discuss the same with your doctor or surgeon. Hope this helps.

Best wishes.
Answered: Mon, 22 Jul 2013
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