| Findings: |
BRAIN: Physiologic activity is noted in the imaged portions of the
HEAD AND NECK: Physiologic activity is noted in the extraocular
muscles, adenoids, parotid glands, bilateral longus colli muscles.
No abnormal foci within the cervical, supraclavicular axillary
CHEST: The lungs appear clear. No metabolic activity is normal
and the bilateral lung base nodules ranging from 5 mm - 1.5 cm on
the CT scan. Nodules less than 7 mm may be too small to adequately
characterize with PET. Physiologic cardiac activity is noted.
Physiologic FDG uptake is also noted in the intercostal muscles.
FDG uptake is noted in the wall of the right ventricle, suggestive
of right ventricular hypertrophy, further attention to this region
ABDOMEN AND PELVIS: Physiologic activity of the liver, spleen,
stomach, bowel with physiologic clearance in the kidneys, right
ureter, and bladder.
SKELETON: Physiologic activity is noted throughout the skeletal