CAT scan & MRI translation

GRC grcgrc at att.net
Tue Jul 28 01:58:57 EST 1998


Can anyone out there translate into layman's english the
following:

CAT scan of my wife 6/29/98 at Florida Institute of Health.
Impression:
1. Drominent (s/b dominent?) vascular enhancement in the 
   region of the right cerebellar pontine angle cistern. 
   Clinical correlation is suggested.
2. No evidence of intercerebral masses.
     HAND WRITTEN NOTE ON REPORT: Venous Angioma - Normal Variant

MRI of my wife 7/16/98 at Imaging Center (FtLauderdale,FL)
Impression:
Negative brain magnetic resonance imaging and magnetic
resonance angiography. Suspicious region by computed
tomography represents the right posterior cerebral artery.

Have been unable to elict an explanation from our 
neuroligists other than "Lots of people have 'them'. 
Nothing to worry about." The imaging clinics refer us
to our neuroligist.

Am not "worried" about this. 
Would just like a translation into english.

Appreciate any help on this.
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