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  • Air in seroma

    Posted by Xofelicia on June 15, 2018 at 4:58 am

    Can someone help me understand what this means? I know there’s a seroma and it’s now calcified. But I’m not understanding the significance of no air now. Can someone explain about the air part?

    This is the site of the prior collection and air. There
    is no air seen within it at this time it measures approximately 6.4 x 2.7
    by an overall cephalocaudad dimension of approximately 6.6 cm. This could
    represent a postoperative seroma. Suggest clinical correlation is an
    inflammatory collection is difficult to exclude. There does appear to be
    some calcification along the margin of this. There is some thickening of
    the adjacent subcutaneous fat and anterior abdominal wall most likely
    postsurgical in nature though could represent some mild inflammation or
    edema

    Chaunce1234 replied 5 years, 8 months ago 2 Members · 1 Reply
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  • Chaunce1234

    Member
    June 19, 2018 at 1:08 am

    What is the context of this? And where is it? From a laparoscopic procedure or?

    It reads like a post-surgical CT report, but without more details (original procedure(s), complaint / issue, general health, age/sex/weight, etc) it may be hard to get much insight aside from anyone reading it quite literally.

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