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Impression


colon screeningCorrelation with colon screening studies will be needed after treatment as other etiologies may have similar appearance.
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if pain persistsIf pain persists, follow up radiographs in 2 to 3 weeks should be obtained.
Impression Generalized brain atrophyGeneralized brain atrophy.
Impression microvascular white matterFindings consistent with chronic microvascular ischemic changes in the white matter.
Impression no c spine fractureNo evidence of acute cervical spine fracture.
Impression no facial fractureNo evidence of acute facial fracture.
Impression no fractureNo evidence of acute fracture or dislocation.
impression no head bleedNo evidence of acute intracranial hemorrhage.
impression no large PENo evidence of large pulmonary embolus. The smaller pulmonary arterial branches are not well delineated.
Impression no PENo evidence of pulmonary embolus.
Impression patulous appendixNonspecific relatively dilated appearance of the appendix. This may represent patulous appendix. However, possibility of early appendicitis can not be entirely excluded.
Impression transitionalTransitional lumbosacral anatomy.
impression unremarkable brain CTUnremarkable CT appearance of the brain.
Incidental findingIncidental finding of
likelihood remoteThe likelihood that this represents significant pathology is extremely remote.
no abdomen injuryNo evidence of acute intra-abdominal injury.
no abdomen pelvis injuryNo evidence of acute intra-abdominal or intra-pelvic injury.
no chest abdomen pelvis injuryNo evidence of acute intra-thoracic, intra-abdominal or intra-pelvic injury.
no chest injuryNo evidence of acute intra-thoracic injury.
no pelvis injuryNo evidence of acute intra-pelvic injury.
other findingsOther findings as detailed above.
other incidentalOther incidental findings as detailed above.
other numerousNumerous other findings as detailed above.
Spine CT or MRPlease note that CT and MRI are more sensitive modalities for detection of subtle spine injuries and other abnormalities.
stroke not excludedPlease note that the possibility of acute ischemic event cannot be excluded by head CT.
unremarkable brain CTUnremarkable CT appearance of the brain.