Sep 06, 2013 - 2:58 pm
We (hubby and I) just got back results from what we've learned would be his last PET scan (4 years out from radiation and chemo). the doc was very pleased with the results and told us to come back in a year, for a final visit. He said the chances of his larengeal cancer returning is about 0%, which certainly sounds like pretty good odds.
the doc is good, obviously, but he spent about 2 minutes with us (after traveling 2.5 hrs one way for the appt) and I wanted to know about the "other" stuff on the test and what it means but he was out the door before we could ask.
Anyone have any clue what this stuff means? It doesnt sound like good stuff but no one is concerned (?!) Not cancer related, apparently, but still!!
Low dose noncontrast CT findings: Rightward nasal septum deviation.