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treatment on hemorrhagic cyst

By Anonymous June 10, 2016 - 5:14am
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Hypoechoic cystic lesion in the left adenxa of size 60*50 mm with few internal echoes & septaion

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Hello Anonymous,

Welcome to EmpowHER. Thank you for coming to us with your question about treatment for a hemorrhagic cyst.

If you have not scheduled a post ultrasound appointment with your gynecologist, please do so.
Your physician will discuss the findings and how they relate to your medical history. Treatment options should be discussed.

A mass or a cyst in the adnexa of the uterus is a common presentation in women of all age groups. Adnexa refers to adjoining anatomical parts of the uterus. It includes the fallopian tubes and ovaries as well as associated vessels, ligaments, and connective tissue.

Hypoechoic refers to region in an ultrasound image in which the echoes are weaker or fewer than normal or in the surrounding regions.

The term hypoechoic is used when describing how an object looks and behaves while being examined by the ultrasound technique. Hypoechoic literally means that it does not bounce back sound waves very well (does not echo the sound). This is a very non-specific finding that means that you have a mass which needs to be further looked at by either more detailed imaging (MRI or CT scan), or it needs a biopsy so the tissue can be looked at in more detail.

Anonymous, I hope this general information is helpful.


June 10, 2016 - 8:37am
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