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Oval nodules on pelvic xray

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Dr. Indu Kumar MD

I just had an abdominal and pelvic ultrasound done. I was told today there is a nodule in the midline pelvic area. I had a complete hysterectomy with ovaries removed in 1996. What could this be ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Indu Kumar ( Radiologist)
Dr. Vivek Chail MD

pelvic ultra sound: pair of rounded solid hypoechoic nodules in the uterine fundus anteriorly. What does this mean? Thanks. ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Vivek Chail ( Radiologist)
Dr.  Deepti Verma MD

Good morning. I am 39 years old and recently went for a pelvic ultrasound . The findings were: 1)A ..., in the impression, that the nodule may be physiologic but is indeterminate in appearance. Having the... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Deepti Verma ( OBGYN)
Dr. Chander Mohan Singh MD

I have pain in pelvic area hich makes it difficult to straighten up when getting out of bed, past ... to be getting worse have had xrays and ulstra sound on pelivs, hips and lower back - have degeneration of... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Chander Mohan Singh ( Orthopaedic Surgeon)
Dr.  Praveen Tayal MD

I fell from attic stairs onto concrete. I broke my pelvic ring on my right side. The emergency room took an x-ray to find the break. No other tests were run . Kept me overnight in hospital . Told me ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Praveen Tayal ( Orthopaedic Surgeon)

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Dr. Chander Mohan Singh MD

Hi, I fell Oct 9, 2013. X-ray- no fractures in lower back, was sent to therapy. I also had pelvis pain, X-Ray, no fractures. also. ultra sound in pelvis, normal. MRI back and pelvis, Found L2 ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Chander Mohan Singh ( Orthopaedic Surgeon)
Dr.  Albana Sejdini MD

s and accufunctor s and did not get it addressed. The X-ray shows my left sij joint is hypermobile and on the CT ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Albana Sejdini ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Viraj Ramesh Naik MD

I ve recently had a pelvic ultrasound and was told that there was a well circumscribed oval structure along the posterior wall of urinary bladder, close to the right ureterovesicular junction cannot ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Viraj Ramesh Naik ( OBGYN)
Dr. Indu Kumar MD

Could someone please explain how free fluid appears in the pelvic area? I had an ultrasound where free fluid was found in the ovary along side a nodule---following that was another ordered ultrasound ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Indu Kumar ( Radiologist)
Dr. Abdul Khaleque MD

My 3 year old son has had chronic constipation since birth, he has a raised CRP and raised white blood cell count. He just had a xray which showed a mass in his pelvis which is causing a displacement ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Abdul Khaleque ( Pediatrician)

Mobile Questions and Answers

Dr. Albana Sejdini MD

Possible arthritis, should do X-ray and other tests for final conclusions. Dr.Albana

Dr.  Yogesh D MD

Not necessarily, since she is a girl it might just be normal, it might change as she grows up.

Dr. Behar Greca MD

Hi, thank you for posting. I think that you have bones and nerves problems, more exactly pelvic problems. You need a Pelvic X-ray and a electromyography. Contact your orthopedist. Regards. Dr. Behar.