I don't know if this is an immediate worry....to my untrained eye it looks like there is cause for suspicion of growth but the changes are slight and they suggest watching it carefully.....if it were me I'd try to get in sooner to see if they should retest with contrast just to be certain instead of the watch and wait...but I'm not a medical professional and I've never had any patience.
I think asking Jack over at GRACE to see if maybe he had any insight into next steps might help to answer some of your questions until you get into the onc.
Idk, 3 weeks may not be a difference maker in this case and watch and wait may be the only thing they can do... call the Dr. and hear what he has to say- might put your mind at ease.
I hope you can get in sooner and get some questions answered. Until then, I'm keeping Tom and you in my prayers.
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