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  Hello my name is Bill, Well this is interesting because well I will start from the Beginning in 2001 I had a persistent cough Had numerous x-rays.
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#  2  2005  not getting better well starting to get nodules and skin lesions so started to see Rheumotologist,and Neurologist. Had Brain Mri showed 2 benign  lesions and Iffy Lesion  on Left Temporal lobe aswell as abnormal white matter.

#-3 I have had numerous Brain Mri I now have lung granulomas they thought I had Brain Tumor .have underactive Thyroid also

#-4 I was diagnosed with wg/mpa I was taking methotrexate and Prednisone then all of a sudden I had 1086 blood glucose so now Diabetic 1 year later from 12% to 5%.

  5- so it has been Brain Mri -Lung cat scan

#-6 now the Brain Mri says no Tumor but encephalitis,mild parenchymal volume loss with minimal small vessel ischemic changes  I also have sleep apnea it is believed to be autoimmune disease maybe the Wegeners granulomas and mpa but what other autoimmune could it possibly be.

  I already had Rutuxin chemotherapy now  Cytaxin staets I hope I spelled them correctly.

   Thank you Bill
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Hi!
I am sorry to hear that you have been going through so much. Basically you have a granulomatous disease. So all causes that result in formation of granulomas need to be ruled out. These include histoplasmosis (what you were diagnosed with first), tuberculosis, leprosy, schistosomiasis, cryptococcosis, cat-scratch disease, sarcoidosis, crohn's disease, Pneumocystis pneumonia, aspiration pneumonia, rheumatoid arthritis, and granuloma annulare.
Since I cannot examine you and know other related conditions you may be having, nor is a detailed history possible on net, I have listed the various possibilities that should be looked into. Please discuss with your treating doctor. Take care!
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      Yes looks like I failed to mention the WG/MPA is what has been settlrd on and just had my first cytoxan treatment now in Trachea, abdomin,my left Bronchus is full of secretion etc but thanks for the response and will keep in touch for more info.

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