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My family physician had an emergency and couldn't consult with me about my CT Scan. I'm very anxious about the interruptation of the scan. Here are the results of the scan: What would you recommend me doing?
Moderate sized right-sided pleural effusion is noted. Minor    
reticular opacities noted in the right lower lobe probably    
related to compressive atelectasis. 4 mm noncalcified nodule in    
the left upper lobe (image 15). 3 mm nodule noted in the right    
upper lobe (image 25). 5 mm nodule noted in the left upper lobe    
(image 32). 4 mm noncalcified nodule the right lower lobe (image    
39). 10 mm ovoid noncalcified nodule in the right lower lobe    
(image 49). Minor emphysematous changes of the lungs noted.  Mild    
enlarged right hilar lymph node measuring 13 mm in the short    
axis. Mildly enlarged right infrahilar lymph node measuring 11 mm    
in the short axis. Mildly enlarged pretracheal lymph node    
measuring 14 mm in the short axis. 11 mm hypoattenuating nodule    
in the left lobe of the thyroid gland.    
2.7 cm rounded low density lesion in the interpolar region the    
left kidney consistent with a cyst. 2.9 cm cyst noted in the    
lower pole of the left kidney. 14 mm exophytic cyst noted in the    
interpolar region of the right kidney. 4.6 x 3.4 cm enhancing    
left adrenal mass is noted. Visualized portions of the upper    
abdomen otherwise appear unremarkable.    

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