BRAIN: No significant metabolic abnormalities noted on this
HEAD AND NECK: Physiologic activity is appreciated. There is no
evidence of cervical hypermetabolic lymphadenopathy.
CHEST: Examination of the bilateral lungs is negative for
abnormally increased FDG uptake. Physiologic cardiac activity is
present. There is no evidence of supraclavicular, axillary or
mediastinal hypermetabolic lymphadenopathy.
ABDOMEN/PELVIS: Compared with the prior PET CT of 01/24/05, there
has been a mild interval decrease in intensity of the large,
multilobulated abdominal mass, transaxial slices 129-149, SUV: 6.4,
(prior SUV: 7.8). There has been complete interval resolution of
hypermetabolism involving the smaller abdominal mass located
superior and lateral, representative transaxial slice 128, (prior
Examination of the liver, spleen, gastrointestinal tract and
urinary system shows physiologic activity without significant
abnormalities. This scan is negative for inguinal hypermetabolic
SKELETAL: There is diffusely increased activity involving the
axial and appendicular skeleton consistent with reactive changes
secondary to chemotherapy.