It has been almost 5 months and Doctor has not yet interpreted CT scan. Can you? FINDINGS: This examination is slightly
limited, as the lung bases were not included on all planes. Within these limitations, there are scattered noncalcified
pleural and parenchymal nodular densities within the medial aspect of the right lower lobe. The largest of these measures up
to 8mm in size. The lungs are otherwise clear and no pleural effusion is seen. The heart size is within normal limits
without pericardial effusion. There is mild prominence of the ascending thoracic aorta measuring up to 3.5 x 3.6 cm in size.
This normalizes in caliber at the level of the thoracic aortic arch. There is no evidence of thoracic aortic dissection.
No central pulmonary embolus is identified. There is material of heterogeneous increased attenuation within the anterior
mediastinum suggestive of probable residual thymus. Enlarged subcarinal and right hilar lymph nodes are noted. The largest
subcarinal lymph node measures up to 1.4 cm in short axis. The central airways are grossly patent. Limited evaluation of
the upper abdomen is grossly unremarkable. The adrenal glands however were not included on this exam. There are no gross,
acute osseous findings.
CT scan performed on 5/14/2008. Radiologist report completed on 5/14/2008.