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Sep 9, 2019 · What topics do you want for the Neuroendocrine Support Group? in Neuroendocrine Tumors (NETs)

Hi Teresa

Here is an example of what my MRI stated in Feb 2019 :.

There are at least three tiny subcentimeter transient hypervascular hepatic lesions with associated diffusion abnormality: at the junction of hepatic segments V and IVb (series 19/image 44 and series 11/image 104), at the level of the left portal vein at
the junction of hepatic segments IVa, IVb, V and VIII (series 19/image 39 and series 11/image 103) and in hepatic segment IVa (series 19/image 34 and series 11/image 101). Tiny metastases are not excluded.

When I go to locate the image 19 stated above, I can’t seem to locate the right frame. So basically, just showing us some navigation techniques will help us to be able to better understand what the radiologist is referring to.

As always, post doctor appointments, there are tons of questions you “wished” you would had asked!!

I thought this might be a good topic for the monthly meeting as well.

Thank you for listening!

Sep 8, 2019 · What topics do you want for the Neuroendocrine Support Group? in Neuroendocrine Tumors (NETs)

I would be helpful if someone could provide some basic navigation skills on how to understand our CT /MRI scans. The report shows a specific frame of reference, but accessing the scans in question is confusing . Just an idea!