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What does the term "interval" mean in this context. Report says "appears to be some interval bony consolidation of bilat l5 pars defects"?

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Dr. Dean Giannone
Internal Medicine
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In brief: "Interval"

The use of the term "interval" in that context usually implies that it's a finding that was not present on a preceding Xray of the area.
It wasn't there before and now it is.

In brief: "Interval"

The use of the term "interval" in that context usually implies that it's a finding that was not present on a preceding Xray of the area.
It wasn't there before and now it is.
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