Today is Dr follow-up for my quarterly CT. Having it hit the same week as my three year anniversary of starting Kadcyla somehow made it more anxiety inducing. It occurred to me last night as I was getting ready to go to sleep that the results were probably online. Fir the first time ever I didn’t look because I was concerned I wouldn’t be able to sleep if it was bad news. Should have just looked.

“History is uterine cancer. Follow-up. 
CT of the chest, abdomen, and pelvis with oral and IV contrast 01/25/2021 is compared to the 09/04/2020 CT of the chest, abdomen, and pelvis.  
Patient was given 75 mL of Omnipaque 350 IV. 
Findings: Partial collapse of the right upper lung medially with volume loss and scarring. These findings are stable. Left-sided Port-A-Cath is in 
good position. Thoracic aorta has normal caliber with no dissection. No pleural or pericardial effusions. No abnormal masses or indeterminate 
nodules within the lungs. 
Several small benign cysts in the liver are stable. No enhancing masses within the liver and no bile duct dilatation. Gallbladder is unremarkable.  
No abnormalities in the region of the pancreas and the spleen is normal in size. Normal bowel gas pattern with mild-to-moderate amount of stool in 
the colon. Abdominal aorta has normal caliber with moderate calcifications. Atrophic right kidney. Benign bilateral renal cysts are stable. No 
peritoneal or retroperitoneal adenopathy. Adrenal glands are unremarkable. 
Uterus is absent. No adenopathy in the inguinal regions or along the iliac chains. Mild diverticulosis but no diverticulitis. Bladder is 
unremarkable. Pelvic phleboliths. 
Bones are unremarkable and unchanged. 
* No evidence for metastatic disease unchanged since the 09/04/2020 CT. 
* Uterus is absent. 
* Small amount of volume loss in the right upper lung medially is stable. 
* Benign liver and renal cysts. “

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