The cervix is not well visualized on transabdominal scans in most patients. The endovaginal approach usually results in more optimal visualization because the transducer can be placed closer to the cervix and allows the use of high frequency probes. However, large tumors can be incidentally found while looking for urinary bladder in the suprapubic region. Here is one such case of a huge cervical carcinoma appearing as a heterogeneous irregular structure in the bladder area.
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