What is an isoechoic nodule?

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Answer Essentially a nodule that on scan returns an image that reflects the signal the same as an adjacent tissue structure. Makes it more difficult to "see" the desired tissue structure
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Ok, by breaking this down, I think I might be able to help a little. 1. it's normal sized 2. it's retroverted, meaning tipped backwards instead of forwards (go here to read more about
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Isoechoic means returning waves of normal amplitude in ultrasonography.
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Hi: These terms are better explained by a radiologist. In ultrasound, the images are obtained by sound waves hitting and passing through different areas and they get deflected in
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What is isoechoic? isoechoic refers to the similarity in echos from an ultrasound. The echos show that the tissue being examined is alike. It means that an ultrasound ...
When you're getting a scan at the doctors checking for any sign of disease, it's sometimes hard to see something on the scan because you may have an isoechoic ...
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