Hypoechoic Lesions On Ultrasound Found Uneven Blackish Lumps?
Evening, I’m Susri, 26 years oldrnMy ultrasound results read “On the right abdomen, there is an inhomogeneous hypoechoic lesion with septa measuring 54.2 × 54.8 mm in the superior area, which appears to be from the uterus, which on power Doppler examination did not give any indication. vascularization”rnrnPlease explain and suggest treatment?
Thanks for the question. Previously, I need to inform you that in determining medical treatment, information regarding patient complaints, a doctor's physical examination, and supporting examinations is needed. Without information about the patient's complaints and a doctor's physical examination, it is impossible for a diagnosis to be made and further treatment cannot be determined.
From the results of the ultrasound examination, it was found an uneven blackish lump (hypoechoic inhomogen) which seemed to come from the uterus. The lump had no blood vessels when examined next. This picture can be caused by several health conditions. You should consult the results of this examination with the doctor who suggested this examination so that the doctor can relate these findings to your complaints and previous doctor's examinations so that the doctor can determine the diagnosis and further treatment.
I hope this helps.