JackieJMC Posted November 24, 2018 Share Posted November 24, 2018 Today I received my results for an abdominal / pelvic CT with contrast that I had done for left side back and abdominal pain. There was nothing remarkable found concerning my kidneys, liver, pancreas, bladder, etc but the following was reported on the the bottom of of my right lung (not left where the pain is). 11 mm nodule in right lower lung. There are additional satellite tiny tree-in-bud nodules surrounding the dominant nodule. Remainder of the visualized lung appear unremarkable. My results came through the patient portal where the scan was done and my GP is out for the weekend. I'm very scared right now and have been searching for any information on what this might mean. I have no respiratory symptoms at all and was shocked to see this. I hope it is okay to post this here. I've read that nodules alone may be benign but I don't understand the tree-in-bud nodules. I've had a lot of symptoms lately that have been very frightening but don't understand how this fits in and am very frightened by it. Any thoughts are appreciated. Best Wishes, Jackie. VG500 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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