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My cat scan report states lucency transversing through right kidney. is this cancer? I see my urologist tomorrow, and nobody will tell me what this is. I have so many health issues on top of this, not knowing is driving me nuts. - I had with contrast and then with injection. I have had pelvic pain, fatigue, skin

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3791052

1. Can J Neurol Sci. 1986 Nov;13(4 Suppl):383-4. The significance of white matter lucencies on CT scan in relation to cognitive impairment. Steingart A, Lau K, Fox A, Diaz F, Fisman M, Hachinski V, Merskey H.

www.reference.com/health/causes-bone-lucencies-d7f29eb605...

What Causes Bone Lucencies? What Causes Bone Lucencies? According to the University of Washington School of Medicine, bone lucencies can be caused by a variety of factors, such as cysts, cancer, benign tumors or infection. ... lucencies definition lucencies on ct scan bone lucency on x ray what is mottled lucency of the bone what causes bone ...

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On a CT scan, lucencies in the liver would indicate areas of a different density from the surrounding tissue. I am unable to comment on what these areas may represent in your husband's individual ...

www.ahajournals.org/doi/pdf/10.1161/01.str.18.5.900

White Matter Lucencies on Computed Tomography, Subacute Arteriosclerotic Encephalopathy (Binswanger's Disease), and Blood Pressure Barbara A. McQuinn, MD, and Daniel H. O'Leary, MD Of 1,643 cranial computed tomography (CT) scans done in a primary-tertiary care private hospital

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960 BIOL PSYCHIATRY 1986:21:960-962 BRIEF REPORTS Periventricular Lucencies in the CT Scans of Aged and Demented Patients Eric London, Mony J. de Leon, Ajax E. George, Elisabet Englund, Steven Fen-is, Cynthia Gentes, and Barry Reisberg Introduction The ability of clinicians to distinguish between Alzheimer's disease and multiinfarct dementia is problematic.

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<-Axial Arthritis | Sclerotic Lesions of Bone-> Where, oh where does one start in the workup of this type of lesion? In my opinion, the first order of business is to learn the names of all of the tumors and tumor-like processes that involve bone. Richard Moser, former registrar of the AFIP, has said that...

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Normal lateral 99mTc pertechnetate brain scans show an area of relatively low activity in the frontal region where the scalp and skull are thin; the gradient of activity increases from front to back. There is evidence that the brain scan may be abnormal if frontal lucency is absent, or if the normal gradient of activity is not seen. In a series of 67 brain scans, 11 showed absence of the ...

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Request PDF on ResearchGate | Periventricular lucencies in the CT scans of aged and demented patients | Examined the contribution of computed tomography (CT) to the differential diagnosis between ...

www.cancerforums.net/threads/11589-lucencies-in-liver

hi, i recently had an abdominal ct scan due to pain in my right side under my rib cage. all that was noted in terms of the liver on the report was " multiple tiny lucencies, probably cysts." is there anyway that this could have been misinterpreted, and tiny cysts can actually be some sort of cancer? thanks so much