Do CT report to find out 3mm small nodules and low-density shadow. Is there any problem? Do you need an operation??
From the current image, it is still a benign small nodule, which is smaller than 3mm. In this case, it is reviewed and compared every year. There is no increase, burr, burr and other symptoms. It can be reviewed every year. The slightly low-density shadow of the liver may have a liver cyst. If the liver function is normal, the cyst has no great clinical significance. It can be diagnosed by abdominal color Doppler ultrasound.
The pulmonary nodules are small and the shape is OK. There is no need for surgical treatment for the time being. It is recommended to recheck the pulmonary CT once every 3 to 6 months. If the nodules do not change, there is no need for special treatment. Considering the possibility of liver cyst with low density of liver, it generally does not need to be treated. You can do a liver B-ultrasound to determine whether it is a cyst.
Lung nodules are usually considered to be caused by infectious diseases or neoplastic diseases, so you need to combine your symptoms to determine whether the size of the nodules is clear or not. Euxjhdjdbf
If there are no uncomfortable symptoms, the later review can be done. If you are not at ease, you can do a lung enhanced CT to eliminate tumor diseases. If you are in the liver, you can also further check and enhance CT
Hello, according to your situation, it is mainly pulmonary nodules that have no impact. If it is not appropriate, surgery is generally not required. The main thing is to keep warm, don't catch cold and prevent colds. This situation mainly suggests that it is better to pay attention to regular review. See if this nodule wants to develop greatly. If it doesn't increase, it's generally OK.