Could 10 mm lobulated noncalcified nodular density be sarcoidosis?
I recently had a chest CT with contrast due to shortness of breath and myasthenia gravis. The report showed a 10 mm lobulated noncalcified nodular density in the right upper lobe, scattered calcified granulomata, right hilar adenopathy and an asymmetrical nodular parenchyma in the left upper breast. I had a CT in 2006 which showed a 5 mm non calcified nodule in the right lower lobe and hilar adenopathy. Could this be sarcoidosis or should I be concerned about lung cancer?
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