... Hello. I'm looking over an ultrasound report from june '07 wondering if any mention of size of calcified gallstones. While reading, MINIMAL BIBASILAR DEPENDENT ATELECTASIS IS VISIBLE stated, and I thought it had to do with my gallbladder or stomach since that is why I had ultrasound in ER in '07. ... (0 replies)
... Hi I recently found out I did it calapsed lung here is my report.
I have had a serious MVAccident in 1983. Rutured diaphram Punched lung. Spleen removed. Exposed to cement dust when I was 17yo.
CT SCAN oF THE CHEST AND UPPER ABDOMEN
Clinical History. Non-specific 1 cm nodule left lung base medial basal segment.
Findings: the 1 cm rounded nodule is noted at the left lung... (2 replies)
... ray for medical clearance and was told that I have minimal focal discoid atelectasis in the lower left lobe. ... (2 replies)
... There is minimal atelectasis or fibrosis in the central aspect of the left lung base. ... (0 replies)
... minimal new subsegmental atelectasis or possible superimposed artifact from clothing over that region. ... (1 replies)
... Can someone please tell me what this means? I had a hospital gown on
Last year I had emphysema now I have new findings. I had to get a chest xray today for pre op for a surgery I am having next week.
Here is the full report. I will let you know what Dr. Antelman's follow up recommendation when it get info
Chest x ray
FINDINGS: The chest evaluation is compared with... (1 replies)
... I know what the terminolgy means, but trying to figure out what it means diagnostically
1. No CT evidence of pilmonary embolus or acute process in the chest.
Does this mean it is all chronic or past?
2. Scattered calcified granulomata and several tiny non-calcified nodular opacities in the right lung. Comparison with any more recent outside CT's is... (1 replies)
... I hope all is minimal and you find yourself feeling better. ... (8 replies)
... Mine reported many things, but one of the items on the report was linear scarring or atelectasis in the right lower lobe, adjacent minimal consolidation, which probably relects atelectasis and scattered dependent subpleural opacities in the lowers lobes that are consistent with atelectasis. ... (4 replies)
... n the lateral basal segmant of the left lower lobe. Upper lesions are subpleural in location measuring approximately 4mm. Adjacent consolidation probably reflect atelectasis and scattered dependent subpleural opacities in the lower lobes consistent with atelactasis. Thickening is noted in the costophrenic angle region. ... (11 replies)