i have applied for australian immigration and when i went for medicals, my x-ray has read out the following
The heart and mediastinum appear normal. A 4mm calcific density is seen in superior left hilum. Two smaller densities are also seen at apex of each lung, both overlapped by a pair of ribs. a lordotic view of chest is recommended to demonstrated apices.
The pleural space and rib cage appear normal. there is a mild lower thoracic scoliosis convexed to left. No active pulmonary disease.
Calcified granuloma in left hilar region and possible apical granulomata. Further evaluation with iordotic view is reconmmended.
Can any one tell will there be a problem for australian immigration
Hi Mary. Hope you're fine. I haven't seen any reply or comments on your inquiry. May I know the result of your Australian visa application? Cause we almost have the same situation. I have a job offer in QLD, Australia as Subclass457 and I want to know the possibility when I apply my visa. Thanks and hope to hear from you soon.
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