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Osseous structures grossly unremarkable

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What is the meaning of Osseous structures are unremarkable?

hello, what is the meaning of .The osseous structures are unremarkable? thanks ...
 

X-ray shows osseous structure grossly intact,asthma,tuberculosis skin test positive

I had an Xray. The tech said that I had osseous structures grossly intact? What does that mean? I have asthma .I am 76. I had a positive reaction to a TB skin test. ...
 

Chest CT scan done. What is aterosclerotic disease? What are osseous structures?

atlhlerosclerotic disease noted. Chronic-appearing findings osseous structures. Aorta Endograft incompletely visualized. Small right renal cyst noted. What is Aterosclerotic disease? What are osseous structures? ...
 

Lungs demonstrate irregular linear opacities. Costophrenic angles sharp. Pneumonoconiosis identified. Meaning?

with pneumonoconiosis is identified. The visualized osseous structures are unremarkable. ...
 

Diagnosed with arthritis, lypoma, an osseous hemangioma in SI joint. What treatment is required?

I was diagnosed with an Osseous Hemangioma in my SI joint (3 cm by 2cm). Until now I have had a diagnosis of arthritis and a lypoma. I am not sure where to go next. The pain from this has been with me ...
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What does Osseous structures grossly intact in chest x-ray mean? Have heart PVC and difficulty in breathing

I had a chest x-ray done and on the report it said that Osseous structures are grossly intact. What does that mean? Also a probably small hemangioma in the T12 vertebral body. I have heart PVC ...
 

Suspicious opacities seen in lungs, osseous structures, hemidiaphrams are intact. Chest X ray. Menaing?

, partially obscured by the overlying osseous structures. The heart is not enlarged. The trachea is midline. The costophrenic angles and hemidiaphrams are intact. The osseous structures and soft tissues are unremarkable ...
 

What does the findings in the report suggest?

osseous structures. The heart is not enlarged. The trachea is midline. The costophrenic angles and hemidiaphrams are intact. The osseous structures and soft tissues are unremarkable. ...
 

Suspicious densities noted in both upper lungs fields superimposed on the osseous structures. What does it mean?

There are suspicious densities noted in both upper lungs fields superimposed on the osseous structures. Heart is normal in size shape and configuration. Mediastinal structures are midline in location ...
 

What does the findings of the report interpret?

soft tissues and osseous structures are unremarkable. ...
 

Have shoulder lesions, pain is worse. X ray says nodular calcific densities are seen superolateral. Means?

of the included osseous structures and joint spaces are intact. there is no distinct fracture , dislocation, or osseous erosions. the soft tissues are unremarkable. Impression: consider calcific tendinitis . ...
 

What is the remedy for abdominal pain?

. This does limit sensitivity somewhat. Osseous structures are unremarkable. ...INDICATION: Abdominal pain. FINDINGS: Bowel gas pattern is unremarkable. No free intraperitoneal ...
 

What is the diagnosis of my chest X ray?

What is your diagnosis if my chest X ray indicates that there are: 1. hazy opacities seen in my paracardiac area; and 2. :the visualized soft tissues and osseous structures are unremarkable ? 3. the general ...
 

What is the meaning of the following Chest X-ray results?

. Intact sulci. Visualized osseous structures are grossly unremarkable. IMPRESSION: APICAL PLEURAL ...
 

What is the meaning of corticated osseous seen in posterior lateral arch of C1?

can you define the following for me? A well corticated osseous is seen involving the posterior lateral arch of c1 on the right which is likely chronic or congenital in nature. Evaluation of the soft ...
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