Your report sounds great.....Item 3 just basically could indicate normal degenerative changes that take place with progression of years. I just recently went through the same thing because my doctor heard a bruit in my right carotid artery. The ultra sound was normal and a Computed Tomography Angiogram was also normal. My ultrasound said kind of the same thing as your and my doctor assured me I was no where near imminent problems. I'm nervous though because there is still a bruit. Did your doctor hear one on you while listening to your carotid arteris with a stethescope. I think you should be relieved, but definitely continue to follow-up with your PCP on a 6-12 month basis just to ensure that there are no changes that could indicate stenosis. Put your mind at ease and I think that keeping on top of things is the way to go. good luck
Yes, my doctor originally found the bruit while performing a 1 year physical. He heard it with a stethescope. Even though the tests came back normal, I am still going for a second opinion. Being that I've never head this bruit until recently definitely bothers me. I heard it myself with a stethescope and I couldn't believe how loud and strange it sounds.
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