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Bilateral hilar Lymphadenopathy

My chest CT report is as follow: "There is mediastinal and bilateral hilar lymphadenopathy. Lymph nodes are seen in the mediastinum superiorly, minor pretracheal, bilateral hilar, subcarinal and paratracheal distribution bilaterally. No clacification or cavitation is demonstrated. Portacaval lymphadenopathy is also noted. No focal pulmonary or pleural mass lesion is seen. Minor reactive pleural change is noted in the postero-basal right lower loveb. There is no adrenal calcification demonstrated. There is symmetrical pattern of mediastinal and hilar lymphadenopathy. There is lymph node enlargement in t portacaval space."  My symtoms (symptoms) are: 1. right chest pain, 2. cough (average to chronic) 3. Pain less Small noodle or tumor under skin (both arms, back arm, both side of abdomen around 20 total.  3. Chest pain start usually after meal. Could you please tell me what is the cause of this?  
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