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It is not a serious finding.
Small basal atelectasis
(base region lung unit
collapse) is common and not serious. Causes are many like bed ridden state, upper abdominal pain
, obesity etc.
Important finding is a small fluid filled cyst
(balloon like structure) in the pancreas
gland which is sitting near the splenic vessels. Again there are many possibilities depending on what are the symptoms. Does not look like cancer and not serious.
But it needs evaluation by a gastroenterologist to look for the cause and confirm if it is benign.
It may be harmless cyst present from long time or usually develops after an attack of pancreatitis
(pseudocyst). Ductal enlargement, rarely a cancer are possible alternatives.
Rest of the scan is normal except some motion artifacts.
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