According to the Advanced Fertility Center of Chicago, the endometrial lining of the uterus is normally around 11.2 millimeters in thickness. An ultrasound measures and evaluates the uterus and the endometrial lining. More »

According to Radiopaedia, endometrial thickness is dependent on the reproductive state of the woman. The average pre-menopausal woman experiences different endometrial thicknesses based on the points during the menstrual... More »

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The average range for endometrial thickness is between 12 and 16 millimeters, depending on what phase of the menstrual cycle a woman is in. This number also varies based on a woman's age. More »

A thermal endometrial ablation works by using heat to destroy the lining of the uterus, or endometrium, explains WebMD. The heat can be generated either by radiofrequency, through normal heated saline, or through a ballo... More »

Endometrial ablation is the surgical destruction of the uterine lining by various methods, including laser thermal ablation and thermal ablation, according to WebMD. Electricity, freezing and microwaving are additional e... More »

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The average range for endometrial thickness is between 12 and 16 millimeters, depending on what phase of the menstrual cycle a woman is in. This number also varies based on a woman's age. More »

Doctors use a transvaginal ultrasound to look at the texture and thickness of the endometrium, according to Mayo Clinic. The doctor uses a wand-type transducer inserted inside the vagina to produce sound waves, creating ... More »