A 35-year-old male asked about a male:
Nose mri additional findings: cervical nodes: a few scattered prominent lymph nodes are not enlarged by size or morphology criteria meaning? does it mean enlarged nodes, or just normal larger nodes are visible? possibly indicative of malignancy?
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Dr. Arthur Grinsteadanswered
Family Medicine 5 years experience
Without further details and the rest of the report, it is hard to speculate but IN GENERAL, most of the time this is a benign finding and not something to lose sleep over. I would ensure that you discuss this with the physician who ordered the study as they have all the information and can give you the best guidance.
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