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X-ray Result
Last October 2007, my  x-ray result is definitely fine!    

Findings: Both lungs are clear.
              Heart is not enlarged.
              Diaphragm and sulci are intact.
Impression: Essentially Normal Chest

I have to stopped my job due to my pregnancy last July 9, 2008. I don't feel any symptoms on my chest or feel any bad in my health. I don't smoke or anything that might causes infections to my health especially in my lungs. after giving birth on my first baby, and starts my job again, my x-ray results the following findings.


Based on my xray result dated October 23, 2008 it states that:

Findings: Suspicious densities at the left upper lung field.
              Heart is not enlarged.
              Diaphragm and sulci are intact.
Impression: Apicolordotic View

Then, my physician suggested to have a second x-ray examination. After two days, I've undergone to another second examination and resulted to this:

Based on my xray result dated October 25, 2008 it states that:
Findings: Apicolordotic view show ill define infiltrates at the left upper lung field.
              Heart is not enlarged.
              Diaphragm and sulci are intact.
Impression: Pnueminitis, left koch's etiology not ruled out

And presently, based on my xray result dated April 28, 2009 it states that:

Findings: There are nodulohazed infiltrates at the left upper lung field.
               Heart is not enlarged.
               Diaphragm and sulci are intact.
Impression: PTB Minimal, Left

Can you please help me on this!!!!!!!!!!
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It is Pulmonary Tuberculosis.
A infection of your lungs and serious if not treated and it is highly infectious.
Please ask your physician to start the treatment.

Take all the preventive measures that your breast fed baby does not get infected.
Best of luck and take care
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