Pelvic ct scan uterus

Patient

Q: I was wondering what does this mean I got a ct scan done

IMPRESSION:
1. No acute abnormality.

2. Several mildly prominent right lower quadrant mesenteric lymph nodes may
represent benign self-limiting mesenteric adenitis in the appropriate clinical
setting.

3. Mildly prominent and tortuous bilateral parauterine vessels, either of no
clinical significance or indicative of pelvic congestion syndrome in the
appropriate clinical setting.

Total Exam CT Dose Index 8.51 mGy
Total Exam Dose Length Product 407.52 mGy-cm

Symptoms:  Pelvic pain time to time
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