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Thickened endometrium found during Ultrasonography of KUB an

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Hallo doctor,
yesterday my mother (72 years)with high blood pressuer (190/80)had ultrasonography of k.U.B and pelvis at a clinic.
(1) both kidneys are normal in size ,shape,position and outline.Renal parenchymall ecogenecity is normal with maintained corticomedullary differentiation.But they have found a cortical cyst is present at the upper pole of right kidney(4.8 cms in diameter).No calculas or hydronephrotic changes are noted in kidneys.Right kidney measures 10.6 cm and left kidney measure 9.2 cm in length.
(2) ureters are not dilated.
(3) urinary bladder is well distended with normal wall thickness.No intraluminal lesion is noted.
(4) uterus is normal in size,shape and position.It is anteverted.Myometrial echogenicity is normal.No obvious focal lesions are noted in the myometrium.But they found endometrial stripe is thickened and measures approx. 13mm in thickness.Uterus measures 7.3 x 4.3 x3.3 cm.
(5) both overies are small in size. No free fluid is seen in cul-de-sac


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replied May 21st, 2007
General Q&A Answer A2753
According to the ultrasound report your mother should only visit a gynecologist. You didn’t tell me why doctors ordered ultrasound examination. Thickened endometrium at that age (72) should be taken seriously. You can do hormonal analyses for estrogen and you have to consult some gynecologist immediately.








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