Please post your results. I was told yesterday that I have a 5mm nodular density at the rt lung base. This was found on a routine chest x-ray. I had a chest x-ray done in 2007, not sure of the month, and it was clear. So... I'm worried too. I'll pray for you.
I had the biopsy yesterday and so far only"inflamation" was found.Additional tissue was taken and sent to an outside lab for review.I await the result.But so far I feel good.Stay tuned.Thanks for your response.
I'm very thankful too! I did pray for you. Now, if mine turns out that well, won't that be great! I don't see the Dr until the 30th. They want me to take the x-rays that found the nodule and any older ones. I was able to locate a set done in March of 07 so that should help. My brother-in-law is going through the same thing. He's seeing the same Dr I will and was told they think it will be just calcification. He had a CT scan done this past Monday.
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