Anechoic means no echo or does not pick up the u/s waves. Usually means its fluid filled. Thin septation is is a thin wall seperating the area in question. Thin is better than a thick wall and fluid is most definately better than solid.
Hello to all, My doc really doesn't communicate with me very well, good old HMO DOCS. lol I literally (SP?) have to go to his office and corner him. This is what my Ultra sound stated.
The anteverted uterus measures 9.0 cm in length with a maximal AP diameter of 4.4 cm and a transverse diamater of 5.3 cm. The endometrial echos measure 6mm in thickness. There is a small isoechoic 9 X 10 mm probable fibroid in the myometrium of the anterior body. The right ovary measures 1.9 X 2.9 cm the left 3.9 x 4.7 cm containing an anechoic 3.3 x 4.1 cm cyst with posterior acoustic enhancement. There is no evidence of fluid in the cul-de-sac.
Can anyone explaine to me if this is a normal cyst or a complex cyst??? The doctor is no help and I have put in for a 2 nd opinion with the insurance company but they say it can take months. I am in pain almost all the time.. Thanks for any help with this matter.
Hi Greeneyes! Sounds to me like you have a fibroid in your uterus and a cyst in your left ovary, but the cyst would be complex if it was echoic not anechoic....echoes are material that the u/s waves bounce off of...apparently there aren't any in that one. Take care,
hi can any one explain any of this to me? please i hope so,,,
(Peristalsing bowel is seen throughout the pelvis) what do this mean?
and following is the rest,,,there is a mass in the left adnexa.It has an
anechoic cystic component measuring 2.6 x 1.7 x 2.2 cm as well as a complex,heterogeneous area measuring 3.2 x 2.5 x 2.3 cm.no flow
is seen to eather of these two areas,how ever,flow is seen between them. no pelvic mass or fluid collection is seen.,,please can any1 help tell me anything? I had a hysterectomy 10 years ago,,
Can someone please help me? Went to the e.r. and urine test said pregnant, blood test said no, thc level was a 2. Ultrasound said "thin-walled tubular structure with anechoic fluid in the location of left adnexa" what does that mean???
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