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Ovarian Cancer????
I recently had an ultrasound and it showed "a questionable solid appearing area in the left ovary measuring 1.6 x 1 cm. It could represent ovarian tissue or small mass". After these results I was sent to get a MRI w/wo contrast, which showed no mass in the left ovary. Could the sonogram be wrong or is it possible the "mass" is to small to be seen on the MRI?
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136849 tn?1327325110
Why did you have the ultrasound originally?  The MRI might not be picking this up due to the size and I would think they would of done this with contrast.  

If there is a mass, it is small, but I would not ignore it.
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The ultrasound was done to rule out ovarian tumor due to high testosterone levels, as well as a ct scan to rule out adrenal tumor. The MRI was with contrast. I am scheduled for laperscopic surgery to do a biopsy. I am just worried it may be something serious since it said "solid appearing"
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136849 tn?1327325110
Well surgery is no fun, but I am glad they are not putting it on the back burner.  Will keep you in our prayers.  Please keep us updated.

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