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my CT scan of abdomen/pelvis area came back with this:

my CT scan of abdomen/pelvis area came back with this: Peritoneum: Small amount of pelvic ascites. Enlarged uterus might be secondary to underlying myomas and Liver: Periportal edema. Everything else was normal. I have been diagnosed with IDC 1cm tumor in right breast. I am assuming this means it is spreading to other areas?
Sun, 4 Nov 2018
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