Pelvis

, Stefano Fanti1 and Lucia Zanoni1



(1)
Department of Nuclear Medicine, Universitary Hospital Sant’Orsola-Malpighi, Bologna, Italy

 





Endometrial Carcinoma




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Fig. 5.1
(a, b) Huge mass in the endometrium involving the uterine body


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Fig. 5.2
Endometrial and ovary cancer in a breast cancer patient

CT findings in endometrial cancer include:



  • Relatively hypo-attenuated mass in the region of the endometrial cavity which may show uniform attenuation or may be heterogeneous, with or without a contrast-enhanced component


  • Polypoid mass surrounded by endometrial fluid


  • Heterogeneous soft-tissue mass/masses and fluid expanding the endometrial cavity


  • Tumor involving multiple regions of the endometrium or the entire endometrial surface


  • Fluid-filled uterine cavity marginated by mural tumor implants


  • Fluid-filled uterine cavity secondary to obstruction of the endocervical canal by tumor that is not depicted or delineated clearly.

Apr 29, 2016 | Posted by in GENERAL RADIOLOGY | Comments Off on Pelvis
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