Get your health question answered instantly from our pool of 18000+ doctors from over 80 specialties

195 Doctors Online
Doctor Image
Dr. Andrew Rynne

Family Physician

Exp 50 years

I will be looking into your question and guiding you through the process. Please write your question below.

CT Scan shows "PELVIC ORGANS: Status post hysterectomy. Crenating follicle

CT Scan shows "PELVIC ORGANS: Status post hysterectomy. Crenating follicle noted in the
right ovary." I am 48 and had a partial hysterectomy at 27. I'm in so much pain for over a month now.
What does this mean? My white blood cells are 17.0 Neutrophils Absolute
10.2 x10E3/uL
1.4 - 7.0 x10E3/uL
Lymphocytes Absolute
5.1 x10E3/uL
0.7 - 3.1 x10E3/uL
Monocytes Absolute
1.1 x10E3/uL
0.1 - 0.9 x10E3/uL
Sat, 3 Nov 2018
Report Abuse
For a more detailed, immediate answer, try our premium service [Sample answer]
Share on

Related questions you may be interested in

doctor1 MD

Hello I had a ct done can u explain the results FINDINGS: The liver is diffusely low in attenuation. A low-attenuation 2.5 x 1.9 cm structure posterior to the right hepatic lobe containing a surgical clip is unchanged since 03/10/2014. The spleen, adrenal glands, pancreas and kidneys are unremarkable. There is no hydronephrosis. The patient is status post cholecystectomy. No abdominal or pelvic lymphadenopathy is seen. Evaluation of the intra-abdominal structures is limited due to lack of intra-abdominal fat. The patient is status post Roux-en-Y gastric bypass procedure. There is mild mural thickening of small bowel loops within the left upper quadrant and a mildly dilated loop of small bowel within the left upper quadrant measuring 3.0 cm in diameter Trace free fluid is present within the pelvis. No extraluminal oral contrast can be visualized. The patient is status post hysterectomy. A nonspecific stranding is noted throughout the subcutaneous fat. The osseous structures are intact. Impression 1. Small bowel loops within the left upper quadrant demonstrating moderate mural thickening and mild dilatation consistent with enteritis likely of the pancreaticoduodenal limb and the region of the distal anastomosis. 2. Hepatic steatosis.

doctor1 MD

Multiple lesions within the myometrium with hypointense central component and thick enhancing walls. These may represent fibroids with central necrosis or cystic adenomyosis, however they cannot be adequately differentiated by CT. Pelvic ultrasound is recommended for further characterization. What does this mean, will I need a hysterectomy?

doctor1 MD

I just had a CT scan of the thorax . I got this today. I don t have a doctor because I lost my insurance when my wife lost her job. I received this free scan. It states FINDINGS: Evaluation of the mediastinum reveals intrathoracic hardware consistent with status post CABG . The thoracic aorta is normal in caliber, although multifocal calcified plaque is identified in the thoracic aorta and coronary arteries. No abnormal mediastinal soft tissue masses or significant lymphadenopathy is detected. The central tracheobronchial tree is patent. No significant hilar or axillary lymphadenopathy is identified. Further evaluation of the lung parenchyma reveals no active infiltrates or lung parenchymal masses. No pleural effusions are identified. There is accoumpanying mild elevation of the left hemidiaphragm with bibasilar lung parenchymal scarring. The remainder of the superficial musculofascial planes of the thorax are not effaced, status post median sternotomy. Limited evaluation of the upper abdomen demonstrates extensive calcified plaque in the abdominal aorta and its brances in the upper abdomen. The bony structures of the thorax are intact with mild thoracic spondylosis noted. I tried to look this up on line but still not sure. Please help me with a breakdown in terms I can understand. Will I need to see if I can get to a doctor? Thank you

Loading Online Doctors....