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No Significant Lympohadenopathy
CT said: No evidence of mediastinal adenopathy. There is a trace amount of pericardial fluid. No hemodynamically significant effusion noted. Means?
What does very minimal sub-centimeters lymph nodes bilateral inguinal region. No significant adenopathy mean on ct results?
It seems all is well: A few small inguinal (groin) lymph nodes can be felt in many healthy people, so that finding is not abnormal. The CT scan apparently indicates there also are no abnormal lymph nodes deep, where they can't be felt. So based on your exam and CT, it appears you have no condition affecting those lymph nodes. Beyond that, you'll have to discuss this with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
34 yo m pt complaining of numbness with minor swelling no direct or indirect trama. No significant history?
Where?: you have numbness and minor swelling where? we really could not help with partial information. when you re ask your question do not assume that we know the first part. each question had to stand by itself . if there is not a few words to explain your situation and you are limited how many words you can place in one question. get live consult with a physician face to face and ask all your questions ...Read more
Does scleroderma present with just a lymph node with punctate foci in neck & reflux no other symptoms fna neg 4 cancer no signs of anything ?
Nothing to Hum About: The "hilum" is in the middle of your chest and there ain't supposed to be no masses there!The mediastinum is in the same general area but is bigger and contains the hilum and a bunch of other stuff.Since they said just a hilar mass that means it's a part of the large vessels and lung tissues near the heart and not any of the other stuff in that area. You need to get this cleared up with your doc ...Read more
Isolated PAPVC without any associated defects, how dangerous is this with very mild rv enlargement but no pulmonary hypertension or any other problems?
Not very important,: needs regular followups.Get a more detailed answer ›
Mild mediastinal left hilar lymphodeopathy indeterminate for neoplasm what's that mean ? history of asthma and bronchitis no enlarged spleen or other nodes
Requires follow up : Intermediate is a classificationn from the American thoracic society based on the size. Due to improvements in technology many nodules are now visible that preciously could not be seen. These are graded and monitored differently. Yours will require Dr. Follow up and repeat X-ray. Make sure you follow up with your doctor. At your age there are many possible causes of this finding. ...Read more
Ct results lymph nodes no significant adenopathy by size or enhancement ctitetia. Lymph node margins are sharply defined. Normal?
Probably normal: Criteria for lymph node enlargement on ct is by size, usually smaller than 10 mm although benign nodes associated with inflammatory processes can be larger.Sometimes lymph nodes enhance with inflammation or tumor, irregular with tumor. Elongation of nodes is more for benign versus round of oval sometimes leans toward tumor. Impression by radiologist reading study is most important. ...Read more
Causes of modest superfical perivascular lymphocytic infiltrate? Vessels show reactive changes, no necrosis, no eosinophils and no neutrophils seen.
Skin inflammation: This indicates an inflammatory process involving the skin, but it doesn't point to a specific cause. You will need to follow with your dermatologist regarding the cause and treatment of your condition. ...Read more
Multiple reactive sub-centimetric bilateral cervical, axillary & inguinal nodes with no significant FDG uptake therein, is this normal?
Likely so:: Generalized lymphadenopathy with reactive http:///bit.ly/1ECse61 http://bit.ly/1ECse61Get a more detailed answer ›
There is a heterogeneous fibroglandular distribution. There are axillary lymph nodes present bilaterally. mammogram report, any worries?
Heterogenous: fibroglandular distribution is simply an assessment of breast density, and doesn't imply that there is any abnormality. "Dense" breasts may make the mammo more difficult to interpret, and therefore may decrease the sensitivity for detecting cancer, however. Axillary lymph nodes are commonly present on mammography, and unless they look abnormal, are not a cause for concern. ...Read more
CT report says small lymph nodes throughout small bowel mesentery, but says no significant lymphadenopathy is seen. Normal blood work.Worried? Normal?
Lymphadenopathy: Hi, these lymph nodes could be just reactive lymph nodes, it means you possibly had some kind of inflammation in ur gut and caused the lymph nodes to react, if you have no other symptoms like night sweat, weight loss, fever then I suggest that you repeat the CT in 6 months. Good luck. ...Read more
Is leukimia likely with normal WBC, and CMP- mildly iron deficiency? 32 years old- no other symptoms but incidental finding 13cm spleen .No symptoms
Normal size: Your spleen size is normal and none of the other items point to a leukemia. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read more
I was diagnose with 5x5 mm isoechioc solid thyroid nodule without evidence of, microcalcifications no masses, no lymphadenopathy visualized what dis?
Have bilateral, enlarged (approx 2cm) but soft submandibular lymph nodes. Unchanged for approx 7-8 months. No constitutional symptoms. Worrisome?
What does no m. calcific..mean on CT of chest"No mediastinal or hilar abnormally enlarged lymph nodes or masses.There is no mediastinal calcification"?
That means there: are no abnormal lymph nodes. In other words, it looks fine in that region. ...Read more
Mediastinal adenopathy & left hilar adenopathy only with NO other symptoms other than adult onset asthma 4 months ago?could this be cancer 51nonsmoker
Peri-anal itching: The two possibilities that come to mind are pinworms or a candida yeast infection in the gut. If it is pinworms, you could do a tape test overnight and see if there are worms there in the morning. For yeast, stop sugars and carbs that feed the yeast. There are some herbal preparations that can decrease the growth of yeast. You would need an antifungal prescription like diflucan, (fluconazole) too. ...Read more
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