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CT Abdomen and Pelvis Female with
TECHNIQUE: CT of the abdomen and pelvis was obtained after administration of intravenous contrast material.

FINDINGS: 
The lung bases are unremarkable.
There is no evidence of free intra abdominal air.
The aorta tapers appropriately. Portal vein is unremarkable.
The liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, and adrenal glands are unremarkable.
There is no evidence of hydronephrosis or renal mass.
The urinary bladder is partially decompressed.
The uterus and adnexa are unremarkable.
There is no evidence of free pelvic fluid.
No colonic diverticulosis is demonstrated.
The appendix is normal.
There is no evidence of bowel obstruction.
No large retroperitoneal, pelvic, inguinal or mesenteric lymph nodes are demonstrated.
The osseous structures are unremarkable.

IMPRESSION:
Unremarkable CT of the abdomen and pelvis.


CT Abdomen and Pelvis Female without
TECHNIQUE: CT of the abdomen and pelvis was obtained without administration of intravenous contrast material.

FINDINGS: 
The lung bases are unremarkable.
There is no evidence of free intra abdominal air.
Please note that the details of solid organs, bowel, soft tissues and vascular structures are not well delineated on this non contrast study.
The aorta tapers appropriately.
The liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, and adrenal glands are grossly unremarkable.
There is no evidence of hydronephrosis or nephrolithiasis.
The urinary bladder is partially decompressed.
The uterus and adnexa are grossly unremarkable.
There is no evidence of free pelvic fluid.
No colonic diverticulosis is demonstrated.
The appendix is unremarkable.
There is no evidence of bowel obstruction.
The osseous structures are unremarkable.

IMPRESSION:
Unremarkable CT of the abdomen and pelvis.


CT Abdomen and Pelvis Male with
TECHNIQUE: CT of the abdomen and pelvis was obtained after administration of intravenous contrast material.

FINDINGS: 
The lung bases are unremarkable.
There is no evidence of free intra abdominal air.
The aorta tapers appropriately. Portal vein is unremarkable. 
The liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, and adrenal glands are unremarkable.
There is no evidence of hydronephrosis or renal mass.
The urinary bladder is partially decompressed.
The prostate and seminal vesicles are unremarkable.
There is no evidence of free pelvic fluid.
No colonic diverticulosis is demonstrated.
The appendix is normal.
There is no evidence of bowel obstruction.
No large retroperitoneal, pelvic, inguinal or mesenteric lymph nodes are demonstrated.
The osseous structures are unremarkable.

IMPRESSION:
Unremarkable CT of the abdomen and pelvis.


CT Abdomen and Pelvis Male without
TECHNIQUE: CT of the abdomen and pelvis was obtained without administration of intravenous contrast material.

FINDINGS: 
<>The lung bases are unremarkable.
There is no evidence of free intra abdominal air.
Please note that the details of solid organs, bowel, soft tissues and vascular structures are not well delineated on this non contrast study.
The aorta tapers appropriately.
The liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, and adrenal glands are grossly unremarkable.
There is no evidence of hydronephrosis or nephrolithiasis.
The urinary bladder is partially decompressed.
The prostate and seminal vesicles are grossly unremarkable.
There is no evidence of free pelvic fluid.
No colonic diverticulosis is demonstrated.
The appendix is unremarkable.
There is no evidence of bowel obstruction.
The osseous structures are unremarkable.

IMPRESSION:
Unremarkable CT of the abdomen and pelvis.


CT C-spine
TECHNIQUE: Cervical spine CT was obtained and reconstructed into axial, coronal and sagittal projection images.

FINDINGS: 
Prevertebral soft tissues are unremarkable.
Vertebral body heights are maintained.
There is no evidence of spondylolisthesis.
No perched or locked facets are demonstrated.
Intervertebral disk spaces are unremarkable.
No evidence of acute fracture is demonstrated.

IMPRESSION: 
Unremarkable CT of the cervical spine.


CT C-spine DJD
TECHNIQUE: Cervical spine CT was obtained and reconstructed into axial, coronal and sagittal projection images.

FINDINGS:
Prevertebral soft tissues are unremarkable.
Vertebral body heights are maintained.
There is no evidence of spondylolisthesis.
No perched or locked facets are demonstrated.
There are multilevel degenerative changes in the cervical spine.
No evidence of acute fracture is demonstrated.

IMPRESSION: 
Multilevel degenerative changes in the cervical spine.


CT Chest Abdomen Pelvis with
TECHNIQUE: CT of the chest, abdomen, and pelvis was obtained after administration of intravenous contrast material.

FINDINGS: 
No large mediastinal, hilar or axillary lymph nodes are demonstrated.
The heart and great vessels are unremarkable.
The lungs are clear.
There is no evidence of pleural effusions.
No evidence of pneumothorax.
There is no evidence of free intra abdominal air.
The aorta tapers appropriately. 
The liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, and adrenal glands are unremarkable.
The kidneys are unremarkable.
Urinary bladder is unremarkable.
There is no evidence of free pelvic fluid.
There is no evidence of bowel obstruction.
No large retroperitoneal, pelvic, inguinal or mesenteric lymph nodes are demonstrated.
The osseous structures are unremarkable.

IMPRESSION:
Unremarkable CT of the chest, abdomen and pelvis.


CT Chest with
TECHNIQUE: CT of the chest was obtained after administration of intravenous contrast material.

FINDINGS: 
The heart and great vessels are unremarkable. 
No large mediastinal, hilar or axillary lymph nodes are demonstrated. 
The lungs are clear.
There is no evidence of pleural effusions.
No evidence of pneumothorax. 
The osseous structures are unremarkable. 

IMPRESSION:
Normal CT of the chest.


CT Chest without
TECHNIQUE: CT of the chest without contrast was obtained.

FINDINGS: 
The heart and great vessels are unremarkable. 
The lungs are clear.
There is no evidence of pleural effusions.
No evidence of pneumothorax.
The osseous structures are unremarkable. 

IMPRESSION:
Normal CT of the chest.


CT face
TECHNIQUE: CT of the face was obtained.

FINDINGS:
The paranasal sinuses are well aerated.
Orbits are unremarkable.
Zygoma are intact.
Pterygoid plates are normal.
Mandible is unremarkable.
Temporomandibular joints are unremarkable as visualized.
Nasal bones and nasal septum are unremarkable.
Skull base is unremarkable as visualized.
The soft tissues are unremarkable.

IMPRESSION:
Unremarkable CT of the face.


CT head mild
The calibers of ventricles, sulci and basal cisterns are slightly diffusely prominent.
Minimal bilateral hypodensities in the white matter are consistent with chronic microvascular ischemic changes.
There is no shift of midline intracranial structures.
No evidence of acute intracranial hemorrhage is demonstrated.
The osseous structures are unremarkable.
Extracranial soft tissues are unremarkable.

IMPRESSION:
Mild generalized brain atrophy and findings consistent with mild chronic microvascular ischemic changes in the white matter.


CT head old
TECHNIQUE: Noncontrast head CT was obtained.

FINDINGS: 
The calibers of ventricles, sulci and basal cisterns are diffusely prominent.
Bilateral hypodensities in the white matter are consistent with chronic microvascular ischemic changes.
There is no shift of midline intracranial structures.
No evidence of acute intracranial hemorrhage is demonstrated.
The osseous structures are unremarkable.
Extracranial soft tissues are unremarkable.

IMPRESSION:
Generalized brain atrophy and findings consistent with chronic microvascular ischemic changes in the white matter.


CT head without
TECHNIQUE: Noncontrast head CT was obtained.

FINDINGS: 
The calibers of ventricles, sulci and basal cisterns are within normal limits.
Gray-white matter differentiation is preserved.
There is no shift of midline intracranial structures.
No evidence of acute intracranial hemorrhage is demonstrated.
The osseous structures are unremarkable.
Extracranial soft tissues are unremarkable.

IMPRESSION:
Unremarkable head CT.


CT L-spine
TECHNIQUE: Lumbar spine CT was obtained and reconstructed into axial, coronal and sagittal projection images.

FINDINGS: 
Vertebral body heights are maintained. 
There is no evidence of spondylolisthesis.
Intervertebral disk spaces are unremarkable. 
The posterior elements are unremarkable. 
Paravertebral soft tissues are unremarkable.

IMPRESSION: 
Unremarkable CT of the lumbar spine.


CT Neck With
TECHNIQUE: CT of the neck was obtained after administration of intravenous contrast material.

FINDINGS:

Nasopharynx, oropharynx, parapharyngeal fat planes, hypopharynx, larynx, vocal cords, and trachea are unremarkable.

No large or necrotic appearing cervical lymph nodes are demonstrated.

Thyroid gland is unremarkable.

Submandibular and parotid glands are unremarkable.

The major arterial and venous structures in the neck are unremarkable.

The lung apices are unremarkable.

The osseous structures are unremarkable.


IMPRESSION:
Unremarkable CT of the neck.


CT PE
FINDINGS: 
The heart is unremarkable. 
No gross evidence of aortic dissection is demonstrated.
There are no filling defects in the pulmonary arterial vessels to suggest presence of pulmonary embolism.
No large mediastinal, hilar or axillary lymph nodes are demonstrated. 
The lungs are unremarkable as visualized. 
There is no evidence of pleural effusions.
No evidence of pneumothorax. 
The osseous structures are unremarkable. 

IMPRESSION:
No evidence of acute pulmonary embolus.


CT Sinuses
TECHNIQUE: CT of the paranasal sinuses was obtained.

FINDINGS:
The paranasal sinuses are well aerated.
No evidence of periosteal thickening.
Nasal septum is unremarkable.
The osteomeatal complexes are patent.
Nasal concha are unremarkable.
The soft tissues are unremarkable.

IMPRESSION:
Unremarkable CT of the paranasal sinuses.


CT T-spine
TECHNIQUE: Thoracic spine CT was obtained and reconstructed into axial, coronal and sagittal projection images.

FINDINGS: 
Vertebral body heights are maintained.
There is no evidence of spondylolisthesis.
Intervertebral disk spaces are unremarkable.
The posterior elements are unremarkable.
No evidence of acute fracture is demonstrated.
Paravertebral soft tissues are unremarkable.

IMPRESSION: 
Unremarkable CT of the thoracic spine.


CT temporal bones
TECHNIQUE: CT of the temporal bones was obtained without administration of intravenous contrast material.

FINDINGS: 
Right ear:
External auditory canal is unremarkable.
Tympanic membrane, malleus, incus and stapes are unremarkable.
Middle ear cavity is well-aerated.
Cochlea, semicircular canals and internal auditory canal are unremarkable.
No evidence of semicircular canal dehiscence.
There is no evidence of aqueduct widening.
Facial nerve canal is unremarkable as visualized.

Left ear:
External auditory canal is unremarkable.
Tympanic membrane, malleus, incus and stapes are unremarkable.
Middle ear cavity is well-aerated.
Cochlea, semicircular canals and internal auditory canal are unremarkable.
No evidence of semicircular canal dehiscence.
There is no evidence of aqueduct widening.
Facial nerve canal is unremarkable as visualized.

IMPRESSION:
Unremarkable CT of the temporal bones.


neck arteries
The visualized portions of the right common and internal carotid arteries are patent and demonstrate no evidence of narrowing using NASCET criteria.

The visualized portions of the left common and internal carotid arteries are patent and demonstrate no evidence of narrowing using NASCET criteria.

The visualized portions of the right and left vertebral arteries are patent and demonstrate no evidence of narrowing.