Joe B Posted January 14, 2006 Share Posted January 14, 2006 I received my 3 month CT results yesterday. The report was not very detailed this time, and I am requesting the film be re-read by another radiologist. It included just a few lines of text. And while it looks OK. I am very disappointed in the consistency of the reporting. It stated (I am paraphrasing) continues to show "several" "small" nodules that are "same" in size and number from the October scan. And to continue to monitor closely for the possibility of a developing metasis". Thats all the radiologist wrote! Is anyone else frustrated by the lack of consistency you see between Radiologists on your written CT reports?? Last time another radiologist identified each by; 1) what segment of the lung and location in that segement, 2) indicated the slide that they could be found on, 3) measured all three with calipers (4.6 mm, 3.6mm ,,,,etc), and 4) compared each to the previous CT...etc. I know not everyone is interesting in knowing everything. Me personally, I want to know technical details. Anyway... all in all it was ok. And my blood counts (WBC, RBC, and platlets) all made a significant jump after being supressed for almost two years following treatment. they are all getting back to mid range of the normal reference range. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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