Lipoma along anterior falx
Can someone please tell me what this means? My family doctor instead of calling me to tell me my test result she chooses to email me so I don't get an explanation or if this means anything. I don't have another ct scan only back from 2002 when I was in a car accident.
1. No CT findings of acute pathology.
2. 3 mm area of hypoattenuation along the anterior falx,
which may represent a tiny lipoma. Comparison with patient's
previous examination is recommended.