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Mum aged 55 had stage 3 OVCA 2005. Still in remission.
She has been complaining of a sort throat and chest so a chest x ray was taken.
Her lungs are clear, but the Dr said there are 2 areas which she thinks need looking at. She said that they are either reflections of blood vessels or a vascular swelling.
Mum has had a blood test as the Dr thinks she is anemic and has mentioned putting a camera down to have a look.
Could you explain the results of the x ray please?
i need more information to explain the xray. It is hard to say anything without seeing the actual films.
It would be good for you to sit down with your mothers doctor who has the actual report and ask the doctor this important question
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