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Had an MRI of neck. T2 hyper intensity in the left maxillary antrum. mucosal retention cyst. Cancer?

Hi, I had an MRI scan on my neck, my Radiology Report says.. Incidental note made of subcentimetre bilateral level II cervical chain lymph nodes. T2 hyperintensity in the left maxillary antrum , either mucosal retention cyst or polyp. Does the T2 mean the stage the cyst or polyp is at cancerous stage. Kind regards Caroline
Asked On : Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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MRI is not the proper diagnostic modality to comment on cancer, but in case of a sinus pathology it is used first to rule out benign disease. Your sub centimeter lymph node can be ruled out as cancer with cent percent confidence. Mucosal retention cyst is also a benign disease . So nothing to be worried. consult your doctor.
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