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What does my CT scan indicate ?

I have mesenteric panniculitis and 2 stomach ulcers now I had another ct scan 2 months on and I have Minor ground glass opacity in the anterior aspect of the lower lobe no pueural effusion also right ilaiac fossa lymnpoh nodes also notes, a small 3mm nodular density is seen in the left anteruior chest subcutaneous plane. what has this all mean for me.
Asked On : Sat, 28 Apr 2012
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previous CT scan
mesenteric panniculitis - type of infection in abdomen

Follow up Ct scan
Minor ground glass opacity in the anterior aspect of the lower lobe- indicate inflammation or infection in lungs in your case infection.
the right ilaiac fossa lymnpoh nodes - indicate infection

With these findings most probably your infection is spreading to lung

nodular density is in the left anteruior chest subcutaneous plane- might not be related above feature - needs to be further investigated
Answered: Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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