CT Chest With Contrast
restage lung cancer
CTB C1 Chest CT
Region of interest: Chest
Type of scan: Single phase spiral
Superior Extent: Base of Neck
Inferior Extent: Through Adrenal glands
Automated exposure control and statistical iterative reconstruction techniques substantially lowered patient radiation dose.
Decrease 1.7 cm left lower lobe nodule, previously 2 cm, image 99:
Stable 8 mm ill-defined ground-glass opacity in the left lower lobe,
image 66: Series 3.
Stable 5 mm nodule at the left lung base on image 92: Series 3.
No new pulmonary nodules are present.
Stable aortopulmonary window nodal mass measuring 2 cm. No axillary or hilar adenopathy is present.
Mild coronary artery calcifications are present. Heart size is normal.
Partially visualized portion of the abdomen is normal.
Right-sided port catheter terminates in the lower SVC.
No suspicious lytic or blastic osseous lesions are present.
1. Decreased 1.7 cm left lower lobe nodule, previously 2 cm. Remaining pulmonary nodules are stable. No new nodules are present.
2. Stable aortopulmonary window nodal mass measuring 2 cm, decreased since 09/16/2009.
Saturday, October 30, 2010
CT scan results 10/29/10
Good news! The tumors continue to be stable, and one in the left lower lobe continues to shrink: