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5 X 5 cm soft tissue mass in the region of the left adnexa that compressed the sigmoid colon.
They recommend against performing a speculum examination of the vagina and cervix, and a bimanual examination of the adnexa, uterus, ovaries, and bladder.
Pelvic examination revealed a normal-sized, anteverted uterus and normal adnexa, a transvaginal ultrasound scan showed an 11 mm thick echo-dense endometrium, and blood test results, including a hormone profile, were normal.
Involvement of adnexa, most commonly hair follicles and eccrine ducts, is frequently seen in EMPD.
The fat-saturated T1WI sequence is specifically necessary to characterize fat or hemorrhage within the adnexa when there is a clinical suspicion of dermoid or endometriosis.
Computed tomography showed a large lobulated solid cystic 5x9 cm mass in right adnexa which was well defined, bosselated and had hyper vascular enhancement with fatty component and calcific foci suggestive of a teratomatous mass.
Ultrasound of the Equine Eye and Adnexa and Clinical Applications, Clinical Techniques in Equine Practice, 3(3): 317-325.
Ophthalmic Diseases: Severe acute and chronic allergic and inflammatory processes involving the eye and its adnexa such as: keratitis, iritis, iridocyclitis, diffuse posterior uveitis and choroiditis; optic neuritis; chorioretinitis; anterior segment inflammation.
The surgical cycle in women: appendix removed, right kidney hooked up, gallbladder taken out, gastroenterostomy clean sweep of uterus and adnexa.
The major differences between the ICD-10 and ICD-9-CM coding systems are: (1) the tabular list in ICD-10 has 21 categories of disease compared with 19 categories in ICD-9-CM and the category of diseases of the nervous system and sense organs in ICD-9-CM is divided into three categories in ICD-10, including diseases of the nervous system, diseases of the eye and adnexa, and diseases of the ear and mastoid process; and (2) the codes in ICD-10 are alphanumeric while codes in ICD-9-CM are numeric.
An external image of each eye was also acquired for evaluation of ocular media clarity and orbital lids, lashes, and adnexa.