Here's my husband's RADIOLOGY HISTORY WITH FOCUS ON LUNGS
April 12, 2017 CT abdomen with IV contrast at SVMC (local hospital/cancer center)
Lung bases: Clear. There is note of a small amount of pericardial fluid. Free air: None. Free fluid: Small amount of free fluid seen in the cul-de-sac.
June 17, 2017 PET skull-mid-thigh non-contrast followed by contrast at SVMC
Thorax: No evidence of hypermetabolic lesion in the mediastinum, hila or lungs.
July 30, 2017 MRI abdomen non-contrast followed by contrast at SVMC
NB: HX- to evaluate rest of liver. The lung bases are clear.
October 3, 2017 MRI upper abdomen non-contrast followed by contrast at MGH (more advanced & powerful tech)
LYMPH NODES: Borderline portacaval lymph node measuring 1 cm in short axis (1701:25). Nonspecific subcentimeter cardiophrenic lymph nodes. “LUNGS” not listed.
May 23, 2018 CT with contrast at MGH
Lungs and Airways: The central airways are patent. There is mild diffuse bronchial wall thickening keeping with bronchitis. There are scattered nodules measuring up to 4 mm including in the RIGHT lung on image 59, and LEFT lung on image 44 and 46.
No indication whether the nodules are solid, part-solid, or ground-glass which would direct follow up recommendation.https://radiology-universe.org/2017_Fle ... endations/
He's scheduled for an MRI but all of his MRIs have been abdominal and did not look at lungs, although I assume he can have an MRI that includes lungs. Right?