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Figure 1: (a) Axial trans abdominal USG image showing right (RH) and left (LH) uterine horns. A hypoechoic lesion (M) is seen caudally (b) Sagittal trans abdominal USG image showing endometrial cavity of the right uterine horn (RH) communicating with the hypoechoic lesion (M) (c) Sagittal USG image directed further caudally shows the hypoechoic lesion to be an ovoid fluid collection with internal echoes, located posterior to the urinary bladder. It appears to end slightly above the introitus

Figure 1: (a) Axial trans abdominal USG image showing right (RH) and left (LH) uterine horns. A hypoechoic lesion (M) is seen caudally (b) Sagittal trans abdominal USG image showing endometrial cavity of the right uterine horn (RH) communicating with the hypoechoic lesion (M) (c) Sagittal USG image directed further caudally shows the hypoechoic lesion to be an ovoid fluid collection with internal echoes, located posterior to the urinary bladder. It appears to end slightly above the introitus