I still made it to the hospital this evening - just before they closed - with Dan's help, to get the radiology report. I had to.
Here it is:
There has been prior left frontoparietal crainiotomy for tumor resection. A rim enhancing collection is again seen adjacent to the resection site. On today's study this measures approximately 4.1 x 1.2 cm. This is stable in size compared to previous. No new areas of enhancement are seen. There is unchanged surrounding FLAIR signal abnormality which extends to the ventrical margin.
The midline structures are central and the ventricles are stable in size with minimal ex vacuo dilation.
Stable resection cavity and surrounding FLAIR signal when compared to multiple studies. No new enhancement is identified.
It all looks pretty good to us, but of course we need the final analysis from Dr Linda Liau's tumor board at UCLA.
I would prefer that they didn't have anything on the report to measure (ex: 4.1 x 1.2 cm). But hopefully it's just innocuous.
For now. I must rest for the remainder of the week. I am going on total and complete hibernation.
We'll see how that goes. ;)
For tonight, we toast to more good health, to miracles, and hard work, and smiling, and laughter! It all seems to be working pretty well.