ive had what I think is 2 lung noduals,1 they know what it is..the other one been watching 5 yrs. With the 1st 2 yrs did nothing. With in the past 3 yrs. went from 4mm to 8mm,then 1mm total 9mm..he said when it gets to 1cm we will go in and check it.. I had a ct scan and I have the impressions in fromt of me..i have that ( my chart online)..
this is how it reads...1. stable pulmonary nodule left lower lobe and pleural reaction, follow follow-up pet-CT recommended in 6 months..
2.stable left hilar calcified lymphadenopathy..
ive read on this a lot..i don't understand a lot of it. I see him the 29th but very eager to get some info to help me when I see him,,i get maybe less than 5 min with him every 6 monthes..it use to be a year till it grew.
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