Endometrial polyp

Clinical History: 
A 45 year old female with newly diagnosed endometrial cancer on cervical biopsy.

Diagnosis:
Endometrial polyp

MR Technique: 
3.0 Tesla scanner (Siemens Verio) using a body matrix coil coupled with an eight-channel spine coil. Image 1: Sagittal T2_TSE (TR/TE 3570/85 ms, scan time 1 min 1 sec * 2, slice thickness 5 mm); Image 2: Coronal T2_TSE (TR/TE 4790/111 ms, scan time 1 min 12 sec * 2, slice thickness 5 mm); Image 3: Sagittal T1_VIBE_FS_320 (TR/TE 4.6/2.0, scan time 23.83 sec, slice thickness 5 m).

Imaging Findings:
A 3.3 x 1.4 cm T2 isointense structure/polyp arises from the left posterior aspect of the uterus and protrudes into the cervix. Fluid in the superior portion of the endometrial cavity is likely due to obstruction of the endocervical canal by the polyp.