MBinOregon Posted April 29, 2019 Share Posted April 29, 2019 I had my third, 3-month CT scan on Friday. I always meet with my radiation oncologist soon afterwards (like 20-30min after the scan) and he tells me what HE sees on the scan. Then if he doesn't call me afterwards, then the radiologist did not find anything either. I was rather cautiously excited on Friday as my rad onc said my left lung (my only lung I have) looks clear and we can now go every 6 month interval. Then he called me 2-3 hours later. He said the radiologist's report basically said what he told me - so I was puzzled why he called me, then he continued that the report did mention that there is a 3 mm (I can't remember if he said "nodule" or "something", honestly I think I was doing la-la-la in my head) "of unknown clinical significance". He said he's still comfortable with 6 month scan and that we'd watch it, but I shouldn't worry. Well, I'm worried. None of my friends would understand any of this... that dang black cloud that hangs around and now and then just rains on you. -MB Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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