warmpup Posted January 12, 2008 Share Posted January 12, 2008 Actually, to a layman, the report looks great to me except maybe the following; Findings: Diminished FDG localization is demonstrated in the anterior tip of the left temporal lobe corresponding on the CT images to an area of encephalomalacia. This may be secondary to previous radiation therapy. There is a small area of increased FDG localization seen in the left pariental lobe just posterior to the sylvian fissure. Otherwise homogeneous FDG distribution is demonstrated throughout the other cerebral structures. The remainder of the report was quite assuring that everything else is stable. That's all I have until I visit with the oncologist next week. -Pup Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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