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Cancer possibility

Doctor found 2 adjacent cystlike structures with webbing in an ultrasound.  Went in for the hysteroscopy and there was nothing inside the uterus leading the doc to believe that the cysts are in the muscles of the uterus and the only way to rule out cancer is to do a hysterectomy.  These cysts were not fibroids in his opinion.  They looked similar to gestational sacs and originally he thought they may have been left from a missed miscarriage.

What is the likelihood of it being cancer?
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