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Ultrasound shows bulky uterus, hick endometrium with small cystic areas, endometrial hyperplasia. Any suggestion?

my mother is 45 years old today she take a ultrasound test and result is hepatomegaly (19.0/0 cns with fatty change , bulky uterus, vlol-170cc with thick endometrium 13mm with small cystic areas s/o endometrial hyperplasia with small intramural fibroid (11*10mm) uterine fundus to lt side (small myometrial cyst(14*11mm) -cervix
Asked On : Tue, 3 Jul 2012
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The ultrasound report suggest that your mother is suffering from bulky (Enlarged or big size) uterus, uterine fibroid (Benign/ noncancerous tumors in uterus), hepatomegaly (Enlarged liver) with fatty change (accumulation of fats) in liver. Small cystic (cyst like) lesions are also noted in endometrium ( inner layer of uterus) and also endometrium is thickened and this is endometrial hyperplasia (it is common in menopausal women and is not cancer but it may lead to it ). There is another cyst in myometrium of uterus.
Answered: Tue, 21 Aug 2012
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