CT Scan Results In The Pelvic Cavity Area?
Assalaamualaikum / good morning ….. I beg for an explanation or the results of my abdominal CT scan following1. The period of solid inhomogen of the pelvic cavity that extends to the lower abdomen, to the antwrior bordering the abdominal wall, urges the urinary vein inferiorly, posteriorly borders the rectum and infiltrates perirectal fat, to the inferior wheezing vaginal filtration and verivesical fat accompanied by enlargement of the uriliary KGB —- —- the uterus2. Enlargement of bilateral parailiac KGB3. Small hypodense lesions with clear border of irregular edge lk 0.4 cm in segment VIII of the right lobe of the liver. Post contrast scanning does not appear enhancement around intraepatal metastasis ——? 4. Bilateral renal pervocaliectasis with proximal ureteral dilation. Thank you
Good evening, thanks for the question
In brief, the interpretation of the results of the contrast CT scan is that there is a tumor in the pelvic cavity area that has expanded and pushed to the surrounding organs with a frontal border, namely the abdominal wall, the lower border with the bladder and vagina, the back limit with the large intestine (rectum) and the fat layer around him, and enlarged lymph nodes in the lumbar region. Then also found a picture of a mass in the liver that was suspected was also a form of spread far from the main tumor. Also found is also a picture of widening of the urine collection channel in both kidneys to the ureter near the kidney.
A biopsy of tumor tissue is needed to determine the exact origin of the tumor cells and the nature of the tumor whether it is benign / malignant as a gold standard examination.
Carry out further consultations with the treating doctor for further management plans.
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