Physical examination chest X-ray CT showed 13mm low-density shadow in the liver and a small amount of ground glass shadow in the lung. Color Doppler ultrasound is normal, blood test and cancer cell screening are not available. I don't cough tender, have fever and have no discomfort symptoms. Do I need further examination? Or regular review? Do you need anti-inflammatory drugs?
The low-density shadow of the liver may be nodules or cysts. The ground glass shadow of the lung may be interstitial lung disease. At present, if there are no discomfort symptoms in the whole body, it indicates that the condition is relatively mild. In this case, it is possible to heal and recover by itself. Therefore, it can be observed temporarily at present. It is recommended to recheck after three months.
If low-density shadow is found in liver examination, the common ones are liver, cyst and hepatic hemangioma. They are benign lesions, which are mainly caused by congenital dysplasia. Patients need regular reexamination and plain CT scan of liver to clarify the nature of the disease, and further treatment plans have been formulated
The liver has low-density shadow. If it is further diagnosed, it can be done with enhanced CT of upper abdomen to clarify the nature of the shadow. For the ground glass shadow of pulmonary plaque, if there are no symptoms, it is recommended to recheck regularly. Don't worry too much and don't need treatment for the time being. If you have a history of smoking and drinking, it is recommended to quit smoking and drinking.