Here is what is said.........There is a tiny left renal calculus. There is a 4 x 2 calculus at the right ureterovesical junction producing mild obstructive uropathy. Diverticula of the simoid are present. There is a small hiatal hernia.
The other abdominal, pelvic, & retropericoneal structures are unremarkable. There is no mass, lymphadenopathy, inflammatory changes, free air or free fluid.
Marked Inerspace narrowing at L5-S1
This was done when I had the kidney stone & was in so much pain, I passed the one in the right kidney.
I was just wondering if this would have showed like any type of breast masses or tumors as well since it showed all that other stuff? Since it seems it took that whole part of my body I was wondering what all would have been seen.
I do have that sciatica that we talked about where it hurts in my lower back down my legs with a little numbness, that comes & goes.
Julia I found this online
Some people experience flashes of light that appear as jagged lines or "heat waves" in both eyes, often lasting 10-20 minutes. These types of flashes are usually caused by a spasm of blood vessels in the brain, which is called a migraine.
If a headache follows the flashes, it is called a migraine headache. However, jagged lines or "heat waves" can occur without a headache. In this case, the light flashes are called an ophthalmic migraine, or a migraine without a headache. That is exactly what I saw for about 20 mins, it was in both eyes when I closed my eyes, and I wasn't having a bad headache it came later, but it wasn't bad like the ones when I had to close my eyes & be in darkness!
Flashers are random occurrences of flashing white lights that occur as symptoms of retinal detachment. They can occur at seemingly random moments, or they can occur when you move your eye in a particular way. The lights can either be spots of white light, or they can be overwhelming flashes of white light that can temporarily blind you. As your case of retinal detachment gets progressively worse, you will begin to experience flashers more frequently.
The flashers have happen to me the last 2 days at least 3 times, very random & go away very quickly. It's a white small spot that appears at the bottom of my left eye. Now I am worried.