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Objectives The main aim of this report was to describe the ultrasound signs of various endometrial and other intracavitary pathologies in women without abnormal uterine bleeding using the International Endometrial Tumor Analysis term. The results in our cohort of women without AUB were compared to those in a published collection of women with AUB who underwent transvaginal ultrasound between 2012 and 2015 using the same IETA examination method and terminology. Results We included 1745 women without AUB who underwent a standardised transvaginal ultrasound exam, followed by either endometrial sampling with histological diagnosis or at least one year of clinical and ultrasound follow-up u2010up. Women with EC or EIN were 11. 2 mm thicker than their benign counterparts, with mean endometrial thickness in women with EC or EIN 1. 2 mm on average being 11. 2 mm thicker than their normal counterparts. Women with persistent endometrial pathology showed more often non-u2010uniform echogenicity than those with benign endometrial pathology. Multiple multifocal vessels were found in 24. 1% women with EC or EIN vs. 4. 3 percent of those with a benign outcome in a 24. 1% survey. A single dominant vessel was the most common vascular pattern in women with endometrial polyps without AUB. The endometrium was typically shorter and less vascularized in women with EC, both in those with and without AUB, but the endometrium was on average 8. 6 mm thinner and less vascularized in women with AUB.
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