I would like a professional doctor to interpret the report, whether these multiple nodules should be treated and how they need to be treated, and what the first charge found.
What kind of work do you usually do?What are your usual symptoms, such as any chest tightness, shortness of breath, cough, coughing, shortness of breath after activity, etc.?You see your chest CT suggests multiple nodules in both lungs, consider proliferative foci; mild mediastinal parapneumonitis in the right lung tip.If you often work in a more polluted environment or if you have had pneumonia, these nodules are inflammatory nodules.This does not matter.There is no way you can treat this nodule because it is not one or two, it is multiple.
After reading your chest CT examination, you found multiple nodules in the lungs, the largest 5 x 4 mm, no lymph node enlargement, no pleural effusion, etc., just a slight emphysema next to the apical mediastinum, these are not too big a problem, this proliferation of focal nodules, most of them are benign things, that is, the past may have had tuberculosis, bronchitis and other traces left after healing, if more than a centimeter, you need toIf it is more than one centimeter, it needs to be taken seriously, no treatment is needed at the moment, regular review is fine.
Lung nodules are also a relatively common disease, there is no special treatment for this condition, only three months or six months to review the chest CT, usually pay attention to maintain a healthy lifestyle, eat more green vegetables and fruits to ensure good sleep