Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Pictures never lie--right?

Patient name: Ogle, Peter
Exam date: 03/09/2009
Procedure: CT of the thorax with contrast.
Indication: History of melanoma. Evaluate pulmonary nodule.
Comparison: 12/01/2008
Technique: Helical axial scanning was performed from the thoracic inlet to the upper abdomen after bolus intravenous administration of 50 mL Isovue 300 IV contrast used without incident.
Findings: The previously described pulmonary nodule at the right upper lobe posterolaterally is decreased in size currently measuring an estimated 3 mm. Previously, this nodule measured 4-5 mm. Small nodular density at the inferior right middle lobe is unchanged and there is also a tiny pulmonary nodule measuring 1-2 mm at the inferior lingual, which is probably unchanged as well.
Conclusion: I’m a radiologist, and pictures never lie. Your scans look great. Go have a handcrafted beer and relax. (or words to that effect)

Click on the scans to get a low-res close-up view.


wags said...

That's very good news (unless beer causes benign lung nodules). Keep up the good work, and we'll keep praying from our end.
We hope all is well,

Anonymous said...

I rejoice!! (That's real heart lingo. Smile)
What fabulous news.

Anonymous said...

Hooray for shrinking goobers! In celebration I hope you bought a beer for NED, too.

All the best,

Kristin said...

Great news Peter!!! Lots of prayers coming from the Wagner family :-)


Rick, the Zone Captain said...

Congrats Peter! Looking forward to sharing a hand-crafted brew with you!