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Hello - please could you possible help to explain this report to me? In particular, the stuff regarding the solid focal lesion. Thank you in advance :)
Uterus anteverted and measures 62 x 35 x 46mm. It is normal in shape and echogenicity.
The endometrium is smooth and regular with an ET of 3.5mm. This is consistent with oral contraceptive use. No focal lesions seen.
The previously reported left ovarian cyst is identified again today measuring 45 x 29 x 40mm. The solid focal lesion measures 6 x 5 x 6mm and demonstrates posterior enhancement. There is no significant change in size or appearances from the previous scan. No vascularity identified. Otherwise normal appearances to the surrounded left ovarian tissue.
The right ovary measures 22x14x22m and appears normal.
THe are no adnexal masses seen, there is a trace of free fluid (10mm depth) anterior to the uterus.
How are you? It is good that there was no significant change in size or appearance of the cyst compared from the previous scan. Solid focal lesions usually refer to solid mass located in a specific area while posterior enhancement usually is a deceptive brightness behind a dark area. It is recommended that you discuss the result with your doctor for proper evaluation. Factors such as the symptoms present, medical history and results of other diagnostic tests are important considerations also, Take care and do keep us posted.
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