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Ultrasound Rotation

Date Name of Patient Ultrasonographic Diagnosis/Impression

Consider retained products of conception versus gestational


trophoblastic diseae
Polycystic right ovary
Bilateral ovarian cysts with benign sonologic features

Pregnancy uterine of unknown viability, 5 weeks and 6 days by


crown-crump-length, singleton
Normal ovaries with corpus luteum on the left
Multiple myoma uteri

Thickened endometrium consider endometiral pathology


Normal right ovary
Cystic structure left ovary with benign sonologic features

Normal cervix
Not visualized ovaries
Corpus not recognizable
Pelvic mass with nonbenign feature

Normal uterus and ovaries

Normal uterus and ovaries

Twins, live intraumterine pregancy,


Twin A: in cephalic presentation, 34 1/7 weeks by fetal biometry.
Adequate amniotic fluid. Estimated fetal weight is for gestational age
of 36 weeks (2006-3428grams), BPS= 8/8
Twin B: in cephalic presentation, 33 6/7 weeks by fetal biometry.
Adequate amniotic fluid. Estimated fetal weight is for gestational age
of 36 weeks (2006-3428 grams), BPS=8/8
Placenta is right anterior, grade 2-3. Placentation appears
monochorionic, diamnionic
Present Doppler study shows normal indices

Single live intrauterine pregnancy, 33 weeks and 5 days by fetal


biometry, in cephalic presentation
Placenta, left posterolateral, grade 2 maturity
Normohydramnios
Sonographic estimated fetal weight is appropriate for gestational age
of 34 weeks (1700-2750 grams)

Posterior adenomyosis
Endometrial cyst, right
Normal left ovary

Single, live, intrauterine pregnancy, 9 weeks by crown rump length


Normal

Pregnancy uterine, 30 weeks and 6 days by fetal biometry, singleton,


alive, in transverse lie
Placenta anterior grade 2-3 maturity
Normohydramnios
Sonographic estimated fetal weight is appropriate for gestational age
of 32 weeks (1375-2250 grams) BPS 8/8
The cervix has a Y shaped configuration with 55% funneling

Pregnancy uterine, 12 weeks and 4 days by crown rump length,


singleton, alive
Normal ovaries with corpus luteum on the right

Posterior adenomyoma
Normal ovaries

Single live, intrauterine pregnancy, 36 weeks and 1 day by fetal


biometry in cephalic presentation
Placenta, anterior, grade 3 maturity
Normal amount of amniotic fluid
Sonographic estimated fetal weight is appropriate for gestational age
of 32 weeks (2375-3500 grams) BPS 8/8

Single, live, intrauterine pregnancy, 13 weeks and 3 days by crown


rump length.
Normal ovaries with corpus luteum on the right

Single, live, intrauterine pregnancy, 12 weeks and 4 days by crown


rump length.
Normal ovaries with corpus luteum on the left
Consider fetal abdominal mass

Pregnancy uterine, 8 weeks and 5 days by crown rump length,


singleton, alive
Normal ovaries

Atrophic uterus and ovaries

Posterior adenomyosis
Normal ovaries

Thickened endometrium consider endometrial pathology


Normal right ovary
Cystic structure left ovary with benign sonologic features

Pregnancy uterine, 6 weeks and 4 days by crown rump length,


singleton, alive
Normal ovaries with corpus luteum on the left

Pregnancy uterine of unknown viability, 5 weeks and 6 days by


crown rump length, singleton, alive
Normal ovaries with corpus luteum on the left
Multiple myoma uteri

Normal uterus and ovaries


Pregnancy uterine, 38 weeks and 1 days by fetal biometry, singleton,
alive, in cephalic
Placenta anterior grade 3 maturity
Normohydramnios
Sonographic estimated fetal weight is appropriate for gestational age
of 38 weeks (2375-3500 grams) BPS 8/8