You should really be asking a physician rather than a bunch of amateurs on a site like this. It tells me that they used a radioactive dye (scintigraphic evidence) and injected it into you before or during the scan to light up your lungs from the inside. The results show there is no active disease (tumor).
is the physiological state of increased rate of metabolic activity and is characterized by an abnormal increase in the body's basal metabolic rate.
The word neoplasm
, meaning new growth in Greek, refers to any abnormal growth, whether malignant or benign. Neoplastic disease
refers to both malignant and benign growths. All types of cancer fall into the category of malignant neoplastic diseases
So it is good, your lungs are clear of cancer :>)
The following may help you.
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: A diagnostic test in which a two-dimensional picture of a body radiation source is obtained through the use of radioisotopes.
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there is no definite scintigraphic evidence for active hypermetabolic...