what does the liver, gallbladder,spleen,adrenals and pancreas unremarkable means in medical terms and mild atheromatous calcification of the aorta and symmetric nephrograms and drainage of the kidney. means in medical terms.
liver, gallbladder etc unremarkable means no problems nothing to worry about. atheromatous calcification is commonly called plaque build up on the atrial walls of heart..ask your doctor he will probably put you on a cholestrol lowering drug such as lipitor.
symetric means the same on both sides,,,nephrograms are a picture or xray or recorded immage of the kidneys, I am uncertain what the report means as to drainage into kidneys..hope this helped a bit ..but this question has nothing to do with hysterectomys.
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