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Physical examination, chest spiral CT, pulmonary nodule shadow

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In this year's physical examination, spiral CT found the following: bilateral thorax is symmetrical. The lung window shows a small nodule in the upper lobe of the left lung and the lower lobe of the right lung (image26, 32), with a diameter of about 3mm and a clear boundary. Bilateral hilar is not large. The mediastinal window showed that the shape of cardiac shadow and large blood vessels were normal, and there were no masses and obviously enlarged lymph nodes in the mediastinum. No pleural effusion. Then CEA and AFP were normal. Excuse me, do I need to do any further examination?

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