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Old 09-25-2009, 09:50 AM   #1
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Unhappy 1 yr after resection - found hypodense mass

So, what does this mean? The report says there is a focal hypodense mass measuring 4.5 x 3.0cm with an area of hypervascularity and enhancement. Can someone explain this to me? Please? I had right lobe removed b/c of hemangioma tumor 9/4/08.
I'm not going back to my doctor! He never saw this report because right after I had my CT Scan I walked right into his office. The report wasn't even ready yet. He looks at me and tells me I'm fine and he doesn't need to see me anymore. I'm going to find another doctor. But if someone knows and understands this radiology report and can tell me, I would appreciate it so much. Thanks.

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