Can non calcified plaques be seen?

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I just read ( that only about 20% of all plaques will become calcified. What is with the rest? Can they be detected by an ultrasound or needs something else?
27y, injured at 21 y!

Reinjured late 2019 when having sex with weak errection.
No curvature, but rotation of the base to the left about 30degrees
Main problem: chronic flaccid pain.

Trying different stuff now


The plaques that are calcified show up on an ultrasound as distinct white objects. Those that are not calcified are just bits of scar tissue. Dr's have a difficult time interpreting these bits and pieces sometimes as they can hide in the ultrasound.
Lump 4/2020, age 63 , Dr Levine 6-26-20, Dors Curve 11/2020, Peyronies
Vit E400mg, COQ10, Heat Therapy, Penimaster, Pentox, Cialis, Restorex
SNHL 7/2020 - Stopped all Meds because ototoxicity  Heat/traction/VED are working. CPPS Diagnosis - Stable :)