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    Old 03-30-2016, 04:36 PM   #1
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    Could some one translate my results for me?

    Findings:

    Mild asymmetry in the size of temporal horns, the right larger than the left.
    - ? congenital
    The ventricles, extra-axial CSF spaces and sulci are normal otherwise.

    The right cerebellar tonsil is slightly lower than the left and just below the margins of the foramen magnum. No crowing of the CSF space however.

    Moderate ethmoid mucosal thickening and mild sphenoid and maxillary sinus mucosal thickening. The mastoid air cells are clear, partly not pneumatized on the right side.

    Impression:
    Slightly low-lying right cerebellar tonsil and asymmetric prominence of the right temporal horn compared to the left, question congenital.

     
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