Intramural fibroid on MRI
History of irregular cycles. Intermittent lower abdominal pain.
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There is a well defined intrauterine fibroid. It is intramural in location, occupying the anterior uterine upper, mid and lower body. It indents the dome of the bladder inferiorly. Intralesional cystic changes noted, presumed to be degenerative changes. It does not indent endometrium.
The right ovary is bulky and contains a well defined cystic lesion. It is thin walled. No restriction on DWI or ADC images. No internal debris / septa / nodule. No features of mass effect or torsion.