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What does inhomogeneous enlarged uterus, indeterminate

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what does inhomogeneous enlarged uterus, indeterminate cystic lesion in the submucosal distribution of the uterus, focal adenomyosis, 4cm septated cystic mass in the right ovary, and a 1 cm indeterminate submucosal cyst inthe uterine fundus mean.
Submitted: 9 years ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  Dr. Anil replied 9 years ago.
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Inhomogeneous means nonuniform pattern .
enlarged uterus -- Bulky uterus

Adenomyosis is a disease occurring at the interface between the endometrium and the myometrium. It is characterised by the progressive penetration of endometrial glands and stroma into the myometrium .Adenomyosis is the growth of the endometrium into the muscle layer of the uterus (the myometrium).
Focal adenomyosis is seen as a localized, low–signal-intensity mass within the myometrium .

The fundus of the uterus is the top portion, opposite from the cervix .
Indeterminate cystic lesion ( not properly determined) ( A cyst is a fluid-filled sac)( lesion is any abnormal tissue)

septated cystic mass in the right ovary-- Cystic ( cyst like) mass with partition ( Septa) in the right ovary ?? Right Ovarian Cyst .

Submucosal layer is the inner side of the uterus .
Mucosa - Mucosa is moist tissue that lines some organs and body cavities throughout the body .
Sub mucosal layer is behind mucosa .

I hope this is helpful .