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what is hyperechoic lesion in uterus its compelsory to operate ...

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Hi, My Mother age is 42 years..she is having complication of FIBROIDS. The Uterus is anteverted ... ovaries are normal in size and shape.No focal solid or cystic lesion is seen the right overy measures 2.5x ...

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Hi recently I found out that I have subserosal cystic lesion in the uterus and complex cystic lesion in the left ovary. Do I need to be concerned about this and get it removed? Thanks. My email YYYY@YYYY ...

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My wife has severe bleedings during periods. The diagnostic tools have indicated "bulky uterus ... hysterectomy is suggested. The recent scanning says "Few hyperechoic foci suggesive of polys noted ...

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visited gyna doctor and USG done on GE voluson and t.v.s report is Uterus is anteverted, bulky in size 76 ... and hetrerogeneously hyperechoic in echogenicity. Outline is not clear. Vasculairty is increased with in it. Bilateral ...

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Hello, My mother has been diagnosed and found that she has bulky uterus with hyperechoic mass lesion in endometrial cavity measuring 43*35mm. Our doctor suggested her D&C and biopsy after ...

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I have hyperechoic lesion - 14*12*9mm, and uterus - LS - 8.1cms, AP - 4.0cms, TS - 4.6cms; Ovaries are large in size and shows polycystic morphology. Right Ovary -15.5ml Vol. and Left - 13.2ml; POD ...

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Transvaginal scan shows a normal sized retroverted uterus with no myometrial lesion. The endometrium is thin and hyperechoic. Both ovaries are normal in size and echopattern. No free fluid in the cul ...

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from the lower right cervical wall a hyperechoic well defined lesion was visualized measuring approx.93x.84x.87, color flow was visualized within the lesion. Cervical polyp. ...

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What does the following mean?Is it normal?: Uterus anteverted,measures 30x69x52mm. Showing large well defined hypoechoic lesion(56x53mm) at the fundus. EMT appears thickened and hyperechoic ...

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Findings: Uterus anteverted within pelvis had a homogeneous myometrium. Trace anechoic free fluid within the cul-de-sac. Right ovary 2.0 by 1.7 x1.4 cm. Left 4.0 by 2.5 x 3.1cm. within left ovary iso/hyperechoic ...

doctor1 MD

Cervix with normal size and echotexture, the uterus is normal sized anteverted with no myometrial lesion, the endometrium is thickened at 1.6 cm, hyperechoic, with an echogenic structure in the upper ...

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that the uterus is anteverted with regular contour and homogeneous myometrium. There are no myometrial masses seen. The cervix is closed and inhomogeneous. The endometrium is hyperechoic interspersed with multiple minute ...

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uterus is anteveted in size, measures 128x53x61mm. evidence of three hypoechoic lesions measures 12 mm, 11mm &n 9 mm at posterior mymometrium. endometrial echo indentified central, measures 14mm ...

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Hi Iam 35 years old. I weigh 65 Kgs and 5.3 .I have got my ultrasound done. It shows bulky retroverted uterus with ET 16 mm. There is 28.5 mm cystic lesion in right adnexa. No Septae/nodule seen. Right ...

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doctor1 MD

Hi, May be a polyp [non cancerous growth of uterus or endometrium] or fibroid or cancer [rare]. D and C or hysteroscpy will help in diagnosis. Hope this helped. Dr Madhuri Bagde Consultant Obstetrician and Gynecologist

doctor1 MD

Hello dear,welcome to HealthcareMagic forum. The most common symptom is abnormal uterine bleeding,especially after menopause.Other vague symptoms include abdominal discomfort/pain,poor apatite,weight loss etc. Hope you got cleared.Thank you.

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Thanks for asking in healthcaremagic forum Do you mean physical injury? Any physical injury can cause infection which inturn cause local and systemic symptoms. Local symptoms are 1. Discharge 2. Bleeding 3. Pain etc Systemic symptoms involve, fever, hypotension, sepsis etc For further suggestions please send your symptoms. ALl the best.