Question by  billcars (1)

What is a pelvic lesion?


Answer by  Travis404607 (3916)

A pelvic lesion is a group of abnormal cells on the pelvic wall. These can be malignant or benign, depending on what caused the lesion to form. Lesions can be detected during "colposcopies," which are visual examinations of the pelvis.


Answer by  MedStudent01 (1131)

This is a nonspecific description of abnormal tissue found either on the surface of the pelvic area or inside the actual pelvis. This description alone does not help in figuring out what exactly it is.


Answer by  RachelW (932)

A pelvic lesion is abnormal tissue growth in the pelvic region. It may not be painful or irritating, or even visible. It is important to get a pelvic lesion checked by your doctor, as it may indicate precancerous growth.


Answer by  PJ24 (220)

A lesion is abnormal tissue, and the pelvis is the area between your belly button and your thighs. In this case, it typically means an ulcer or a bump.

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