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    JessicaH777 posted:
    What does this on a CT Scan mean?



    FINDINGS:  Bibasilar linear opacities, likely atelectasis.  Heart size normal.  Incidental note is made of prominent opacification of a left anterior chest wall vein as well as bilateral internal mammary veins.
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    Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Jessica,

    Be sure to discuss this with your doctor but, in the meantime, I encourage you to repost your message on our Heart Disease Community , since it appears the CT Scan was ordered for that area.
     
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    JessicaH777 replied to Caprice_WebMD_Staff's response:
    All the dr said was that the Ct scan was fine. The Ct scan was for upper left abdominal pain and was ordered by my gi dr. I will try posting on that other page thanks.


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