I got my scan results in the mail today and as far as I can tell it looks like everything is ok. A few new findings: Vascular Anatomy shows Altherosclerotic calcification of the aorta and iliac vessels without aneurysm..scattered vascular calcification. This wasn't on my last scan a year ago, so I don't know what this means. Also... Bony Anatomy: Mild to moderate degenerative changes of the right and left hips. This may explain the hip pain I've been complaining about. The 2cm left adrenal nodule is unchanged from last scan, so thats good...at least it hasn't grown any. Lymph Nodes: Previously identified 11 mm left inguinal node is smaller on todays exam. No evident enlarged inguinal or iliac chain adenopathy. Left inguinal node now measures no greater than 4 mm short axis. Thats good...means it shrunk from 11 mm to 4 mm. Last of all is the finding in Axillary & Supracalvicular Anatomy: stable appearance to a 4-5 mm supraclavicular node on the left. Unchanged and stable, so that means the Rituxan is working. So...unless I'm missing something, I think it's a pretty good scan with nothing to worry about...don't you think? Works for me! I'll know more after I see my Doctor on the 10th, which is also my scheduled Rituxan infusion. In the meantime I'm a happy camper and don't see anything to worry about. Enjoy whats left of the weekend....I know I'm going to!