Radiologists saw in the penultimate scan what they thought were metastatic tumors in my one of my iliac bones . I said little about it all since Cho was not convinced back in April that this was the case. And, he was right. Here is the latest finding:
BONE WINDOWS: Again seen are unchanged lucent lesions within the right iliac bone, likely fibrous dysplasia, and of the left femoral head, likely subchondral cysts. No other bony lesions are identified. Patient is status post sternotomy with midline intact sternotomy wires.
Cho: So it’s possible that the reading of femoral lesions might have been an over-read in the past if they are now thinking they are subchondral cysts. Good news.
Funny how good news nowadays revolves around scans and their findings. Life was so different a few years ago.
I am going into Monday’s appointments with some ease. If it had indeed spread to my bones I would have been very worried. But, the tongue met victory and the small size of the new ones gives me more hope that my immune system is indeed doing a decent job.