Can I sue an emergency doctor for not telling me about test results?

Question Details: I went to the emergency room about 1 1/2 years ago and had a MRI done for a health issue I was having. Instead of finding what they were looking for they found 3 cysts; there was a hemorrhagic right ovarian cyst with debris, a left corpus luteum cyst, and scariest of them all a Tarlov cyst. I was never told about these cyst and was never told to follow up with a doctor pertaining to these results. I found these results on my own 6 months later when going through my medical records. Is that malpractice?

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