I went in for a cat scan one month ago. I have 3.0 x 1.6 cystic lesion of the right adnexa and it says it is compatible with the right ovary. Does this mean that I have no right ovary? Also I had a hysterectomy a number of years ago and during the procedure my cervix was removed and on the cat scan it shows it to be still there. could it be a growth? It also shows that the appendix is not readily apparent.
I also have a accessory splenic tissue between the spleen and the tip of the pancreas. Focal fatty replacement adjacent to falciform ligament and a small amount of fat between the gall bladder and liver. And a small umbilical hernia. And bilateral renal lesions. It says that the renal lesions are compatible with cortical cyst. I have also had blood in my urine (microscopic) Also slightly elevated rbc count and hematacrite.
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