MSCT Scan Results Head Scan Without Contrast Axial Reformat Coronal And Sagittal Slices
, I fery, want to ask the meaning of the results of MSCT Scan Head examination without contrasting coronal and sagittal axial reformat slices with the following results: r n- appear lesions, rounded shape, measured about 0.8 cm, saccular shape. Slight hyperdense is as high as basilar artery. R n- no visible hypodens lesions / intracranial hyperdensities. R n- sulcy and normal gyri. normal. r n- pons and cerebellum within normal limits. r n- physiological calcifications in the pineal body, bilateral plexus choroideus and bilateral basal ganglia. r n- paranasal sinuses and mastoid cell water are within normal limits. r n- oculi bulb and retrobulber structures that are within normal limits. r n- bones that are closed are intact r n r nThus.
Hello Fery, Thank you for the question.
Have you consulted the doctor who recommended the head CT scan? What complaints did you experience? The following is information that I can convey:
found abnormalities shaped sac, round (saccular, rounded) with a size of 0.8 cm which is located as high as the basilar artery (arterial blood vessels located at the base of the brain)
no abnormalities were found in the brain
found piles of calcium (calcification) that are classified as normal in some brain structures (pineal body, bilateral plexus choroideus, bilateral basal ganglia)
the other part is normal
Due to limited information, I'm sorry I cannot provide further information. You should consult with your doctor again who recommends this examination because the doctor needs to assess the results of the CT scan and then connect it to your complaint and the doctor's physical examination to establish the diagnosis of an illness. Without knowing your complaint and the results of your doctor's examination, it is difficult to determine the cause of your complaint. Therefore the results of this examination cannot be interpreted separately.
Hopefully this information is useful for you.