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Old 10-17-2012, 09:28 AM   #1
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pelvic ultrasound

what does it mean when the findings state "Endometrium measuring 5 mm in thickness. Clinical correlationis advised. No free fluid."

 
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Re: pelvic ultrasound

The thickness of the lining of uterus is measured to evaluate causes of excess bleeding. Yours is well within normal. No free fluid means they were considering perhaps a ruptured ovarian cyst, and no free fluid is normal. So the report is good. Since it was normal, it probably doesn't explain any symptoms you may have had, but provides reassuring information about a couple of things.

 
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