Mets Day 1086 Second supplemental take a look at consequences

Mets Day 1086 Second supplemental take a look at consequences

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This morning Hopkins posted a third interpretation of my scan outcomes. This one concentrated on my supraclavicular nodes — the unique location of my metastatic cancer that turned into first detected in August 2013. Perhaps this report turned into triggered by my query to Dr. Le on Monday about the measurement of that node, which she turned into unable to reply because she couldn't pull up that scan. My January 2015 scan at NIH showed that the nodes within the neighborhood had begun to merge together. The 2/10/15 baseline scan at Hopkins defined this node cluster as a single node: "There is a lymph node lateral to the jugular vein at the level of the clavicular head considered on collection 6 slice seventy four which measures style of two.5 cm in transverse dimension."
Yesterday's report concentrated on that node cluster. The radiologist went back to the 2/10/15 scan and tried to measure equally nodes one after the opposite, and concluded that brief axis measurement of 1 turned into 12 mm, and other other turned into 11 mm. The radiologist then when compared those nodes to my 3/24 scan, and concluded that the 12 mm node had reduced in measurement to 6 mm, and the 11 mm node had reduced in measurement to 8 mm. Good news on Good Friday!

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