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Meaning Of Pod Clear In Scanning Report
No: free fluid is normal.Get a more detailed answer ›
MRI shows 6mm lesion on kidney and reads "may demonstrate minimal partial internal septation"? What is the significance of the word "minimal?"
Radiology hedge.: Renal cysts range from simple to complex. Simple cysts are common and are of no concern whatsoever (Grade 1). Complex cysts have solid regions which are usually an indicator of cancer (Grade 5). By using the word "minimal septation" the radiologist is giving the cyst a Grade 2, which is more likely benign than not. Chances are very good that this is nothing to worry about. ...Read more
Ct images reveal a spiculated mixed attenuating solid mass at the superior segment of the left lower lobe lungs est. Vol of 203cc. Der are minute calc?
Probable biopsy: A spiculated mass is often worrisome for cancer. However this also could be from a prior lung infection. Your doctors may consider a needle biopsy of the mass or a pet/ct scan. It would be helpful to compare this finding with any old chest xrays or ct scans to see if this is a new mass. ...Read more
What is the meaning of slight thickening of limbs of adrenal glands on ct scan obtained for microhematuria in 53yo female
Nothing: It's a curiosity.Get a more detailed answer ›
An MRI revealed thre are few tiny nonspecific foci of increased t2 weigted signal in the perivaentricular and subcortical white matter? Concerns?
No: Those t2 signals are often incidental findings. They are more common in migraine patients and patients with higher blood pressure. 2 tiny t2 lesions alone are not sufficient to diagnose multiple sclerosis. The MRI needs to be seen in conjunction with the clinical picture. Why did you get the mri? ...Read more
What is the meaning of my xray result. Lordotic view shows minimal hazy infiltrates in the left apex. Consider minimal PTB of undetermined activity.?
MRi of mine showing evidence of tubular T2W hyperintense lesion measuring 45(trans)x8.5(AP)x9.5(cc)mm in the subcutaneous plane in posterior neck?
Get checked: Preferably a neurosurgical consultation.Get a more detailed answer ›
Mri showed some subtle scattered areas of white matter in the absence of any clinical symptomology to suggest ms. Is that suspected ms? From rad. Rpt
Not likely to be: Your MRI likely shows nonspecific white matter lesions, which may be present in migraine, smoking, high blood pressure, prior head injuries. Specific patterns might be consistent with MS, but doesn't sound like that case, based upon your description. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Recent ct scan of sinuses the report says suspicious permeative bony destruction, what does this mean?
Whats the meaning of my apicolordotic result: failed to confirm presence of infiltrates in both upper lobes. Impression: Essentially Normal Study?
See below: The chest x-ray suggested abnormal areas of infiltrate (increased density, often suggestive of pneumonia or another inflammatory process) in both upper lobes. However, on additional views looking downward at the lung the infiltrates were not seen. Essentially: Normal chest x-ray ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does the term prolific fragments of endometrium on a pathology report mean that their was lots of fragments that were tested confused?
Need to see whole: report for a meaningful interpretation. Best would be to contact the pathologist who wrote the report. My interpretation is that the pathologist saw fragments of endometrium in the proliferative phase, in contrast to the secretory phase. This would indicate lack of ovulation. ...Read more
I need to know the meaning of "In suspended respiration 5 mm axial sections of the kub region were obtained" which is specified in my repor?
What you have: written means that while you were holding your breath ("suspended respiration") x ray images (axial sections) of the KUB (Kidney Ureter Bladder) region were taken! The rest of your report is the most important part..that is what the findings were!!! Hope this helps a bit! Dr Z ...Read more
What does scattered small foci of t2 hyperintensity in the subcortical white matter means. this is from my mri brain w/o contrast test results?
These: are usually due to age-related microvascular changes, and are common incidental MRI findings as we age. However, there are other potential less-likely causes, so you should talk to your doctor about the significance of this finding in your particular case. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What does this means " apicolordotic view shows increased density in the left suprahilar and linear densities in the periphery"?
What does this all mean please? Ct scan 1: "bone window images show a mixed lytic and sclerotic lesion in the body of t9"
Mixed density: This means there is an area in the 9th thoracic body (mid back) which has areas which are lower density (lytic) and higher density (sclerotic) than normal bone at that location. There are many reasons for this appearance. A thoracic spine MRI of this area, probably with and without contrast, may be helpful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
From HSG report
the left tube is not seen and no evidence of peritoneal spill of contrast on the left.
Impression: left cornual occlusion.
See below: They're saying that your left tube is blocked. Make an appointment with your doctor to discuss options. ...Read more
My MRI report said a few scattered isolated t2/flair abnormalities in the sub cortical regions. What does this mean?
These: Lesions could occur over the years, but migraines may increase their presence. Unless clinically relevant, ms and sle also could explain these as well as hypercoagulable conditions. ...Read more
Xray results say 2mm calcification in left side of pelvis & faecal residue throughout the colon What does that mean?
Likely normal: Small calcifications in the pelvis called phleboliths are relatively common. These are normal and not harmful. It could also be a kidney stone if the x-ray was a plain x-ray. Faecal residue in the colon is an expected finding. It is just your next bowel movement waiting to come out. ...Read more