Gross findings: multiple hemangiomas of the liver may be large; Low enhancement focus in the upper segment of the right anterior lobe of the liver and atypical hemangioma may occur. If necessary, plain and enhanced MR upper abdomen examination and follow-up. 2. Left renal cyst; Lumbar degenerative change 3 Attachment: two lower lung fibrous foci. Multiple cystic foci and nerve root cysts near the thoracic spine may be detected by Mr if necessary. Impression: the stomach is not well filled, and there is no obvious abnormal mass shadow on the wall. The shape and size of the liver are normal. Multiple quasi circular low-density shadows can be seen in the liver, and the enhancement scan shows centripetal progressive enhancement. The larger ones are located in the upper segment of the right posterior lobe of the liver, with a length of about 19mm. In the upper segment of the right anterior lobe of the liver, irregular flake low-density shadows can be seen in the venous phase, with a length of about 13mm, and the display in the delayed phase is unclear; There is no dilatation of intrahepatic bile duct. The shape, size and density of gallbladder, pancreas, spleen and right kidney adrenal gland are normal, and small cystic like lesions without enhancement are seen in left kidney. There were no obvious enlarged lymph nodes around the abdominal aorta. The bone at the edge of some lumbar vertebrae becomes sharp. Attachment: shadow of two lower lung strips; Beside the thoracic spine, multiple cystic low-density shadows can be seen on both sides, without clear enhancement.
From this CT, it should not be particularly serious. There are mainly hemangiomas. Hemangiomas are benign and generally do not need treatment. Left renal cysts are also benign. The fibrous foci of both lower lungs are old lesions. The key is that there is cystic density shadow near the spine. It's best to have an MRI like this.
Hello, now you have a variety of abnormal problems on this CD report. More attention should be paid to it, that is, further inspection should be carried out for different aspects to clarify the situation. At present, this is the case. There are relevant changes in the lungs, and then changes in the liver, which should be further checked.
Generally speaking, there is no big problem in this description. It's all a hemangioma or a cyst. I don't see a sign of an obvious malignant tumor. Therefore, I don't know the specific symptoms and signs. Well, it's better to communicate with the attending doctor