I just had a ultrasound pelvic and the findings is Hypoechoic nodule in the lift ovary, measuring 1.5 x 1.4 x 1.7 cm. Slight internal blood flow. What does this mean and just how big is 1.5 x 1.4 x 1.7 cm?
Disclaimer: I am not a doctor...I just read a lot to try to understand all the medical lingo associated with cysts and ultrasound. Liquids (hypoechoic) show a bit darker than normal on ultrasound compared to solids. It could indicate that it is fluid filled or maybe that is the internal blood flow they mentioned. Those are really small measurements, too, a little more than half an inch in all dimensions. In my non-expert opinion it sounds like no big deal but a real doctor should be explaining these results for you.
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