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what' s a diffrerence between 2mm cystic focus (detected/seen on 2d images of mrcp, but not detected/seen on t1w post contrast images on same mrcp) and 2mm cystic lesion? would appreciate any radiologist answear?

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Dr. Vera Barnard
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All in perspective: Not a radiologist, but I suggest you should go back to the doctor who referred you for these imaging tests to discuss this with you in terms of your clinical history and examination. Special investigations are meant to ADD information, the clinical history and examination comes first. The wording in reports may differ - all must be interpreted against the clinical background.
Answered on Oct 1, 2020
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