You need to tell your age, sex and symtoms for which CT scan
was done, before I can give some meaningful inputs. Lot of stool on right side could be due to constipation
, but in elderly or sometimes otherwise, an obstructing lesion beyond is what is matter of concern. Further inflammed pelvis is not how a radiologist
should mention in his report of CT scan ... inflammatory changes in the mesentry surrounding iliocaecal junction could be due to appendicitis
, but then stools are likely to be there on right side. Same for amoebic tephlitis. If you are a female, Tubo-ovarian inflammatory process needs consideration. Actually, some real relevant information is missing, as I said in my opening remarks.
Dr Rajesh Kapur