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Patient’s Name:  
Date:    Referred by:  Dear Colleague  
Examination:  CT ABDOMEN  
Techniques:   CT ABDOMEN & PELVIS, Contiguous axial cuts were obtained through the abdomen & pelvis with oral & IV contrast and revealed:


  • Homogeneous shadow with air-bronchogram is seen occupying the base of left lung suggesting consolidation.
  • Massive left clear pleural effusion is noted.
  • Massive clear ascites is noted.
  • The liver appears average in size displaying normal CT density & regular hepatic outlines. No focal lesions or dilated bile ducts are seen.
  • The spleen appears average in size displaying normal CT density. No evidences of splenic masses or cysts were detected.
  • The pancreas displays average size & normal CT density with no evidences of pancreatic masses or cysts were detected.
  • The gall bladder displays normal CT features with no evidences of stones detected within its lumen.
  • Both kidneys appear functioning displaying normal CT features & regular renal outlines. No evidences of renal masses, cysts, stones or back pressure changes were detected.
  • A huge central complex pelvic mass like lesion is seen. It appears slightly deviated to right side. It appears mainly solid, has a hyperdense appearance with multiple scattered cystic & hypodense areas. It measures 10 x 9 x 8 cm. It shows good interface with the uterine wall. Picture suggesting right ovarian mass probably malignant for biopsy.
  • The left ovary is seen posterior to the uterus. It displays normal CT density and regular outlines. A small follicular cyst is seen within its parenchyma. No evidences of ovarian mass were detected.
  • The uterus displays average size with thickened endometrium. No evidences of uterine masses were detected.
  • The urinary bladder displays regular filling with contrast with no evidences of intra-vasical masses were detected.
  • No evidences of abdominal or pelvic lymphadenopathy were detected.

  • Right ovarian complex mass lesion probably malignant for biopsy
  • Massive ascites & massive left pleural effusion
  • Left basal consolidation