Explanation Of CT Scan Results Of Abdominal Tumors?
– visible irregular peripheral isodens lesions at the height of the umbilicus to infraumbalical, measuring 51 mm x 75 mm located in the omentum of the abdominal wall infiltration to subcutaneous fat, post contrast appear to enhance.- appear lesibhipodens with peripheral isodens and 114 mm x 61 mm in adnexa dextra dextra , post contrast appears to enhance in the isodens lesion Impression: tumor residuals in the umbilicus to infraumbilical region, located in the bilateral infiltration of the abdominal wall to the subcutaneous fat.
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Previously, it's good if you also briefly explain the history of your previous illness and also the therapy that has been done before.
These results indicate the presence of residual tumors in the inside of your stomach (chances are you have had surgery to remove the tumor before), the tumor is located in the intestinal omentum (intestinal tissue hanging) and infiltrate (spread) into the area of the wall in the stomach to the subcutaneous fat tissue under the skin . Tumor is thought to be a malignant tumor in the right ovary (cystadenocarcinoma). In addition to tumor findings, hardening (plaque buildup) is found in the blood vessels in the stomach.
It is better if you bring the radiological examination results back to the doctor who recommends the examination. Your doctor certainly knows more clearly the condition of your illness beforehand and your doctor can also provide further action recommendations for your illness.
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