|Stargate or asshole?|
CT abdomen CT pelvis without contrast performed on 5/5/2011I would post images of the scan, but apparently, they are 'unremarkable'.
Reason for exam:
Multiple axial images were taken through the abdomen and pelvis without contrast.
The study is remarkable for mild to moderate right-sided hydroureteronephrosis. I do not identify a stone on the exam. The findings could be due to a nonradiopaque stone, recently passed stone, blood clot, or stricture. If the patient's symptomatology persists a CT urogram should be performed for further evaluation. Findings and further workup were discussed with [name of doctor] at approximately 10:30 a.m. on 5/5/2011. The appendix is unremarkable.
The liver, gallbladder, spleen, pancreas, and adrenal glands are normal. There is no evidence of left-sided hydronephrosis or nephrolithiasis.
Images through the pelvis are unremarkable.
Mild to moderate right-sided hydroureteronephrosis. A stone is not identified. The findings could be due to a recently passed stone, non radiopaque stone, hematoma, or stricture. If the patient's symptomatology persists a CT urogram should be obtained.
Normal appearing appendix.