Explanation Of The Ultrasound Results At The Obstetrician?
Tonight, I want to ask about the womb .. yesterday I had an ultrasound, the result was found “a solid and cystic mixed mass in the uterus with a diameter of 4.3 cm … what is it? Dangerous? And what is the best solution? Can it be treated or operated?
Ultrasound is a supporting examination that can be used to see the organs in the stomach. From the results of the ultrasound you did, there is a mixture of solid and cystic masses with a diameter of 4.3 cm which can be caused due to various causes.
The solid mass is a mass with a solid structure, while the cystic mass is a mass that has a bag filled with liquid. Diagnosing the disease cannot be made based on ultrasound images of the solid and cystic mass alone. Based on the ultrasound image, the cause of your condition cannot be determined, it may be due to causes such as uterine myoma, ovarian cyst, or certain other types of tumors. Usually abdominal ultrasound examination must be supported by other examinations such as transvaginal ultrasound, CT scan / MR, or biopsy. So that a clearer picture is obtained.
However, from a size of 4.3 cm, this size is quite large, and usually surgery is needed to overcome it.
Therefore, it is recommended that you ask your obstetrician directly, so that the doctor can see directly the ultrasound image, and perform a physical examination first. In this way, the doctor will be able to provide suggestions for the right therapy for you.
Here is an article you can read about ovarian cysts
may be useful. Thank you