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?
On the image, the pulmonary nodules are very small, and the boundary is clear. There are no enlarged lymph nodes in the mediastinum, and the tumor markers are normal. Considering benign nodules, there is no need to check anything now. You can recheck the pulmonary CT in three months to six months
The results of physical examination and lung CT examination showed that small nodules could be seen in the upper lobe of the left lung and the lower lobe of the right lung. The diameter of the lesion was about 3mm, and the boundary was clear. In view of the current situation, the specific results could not be determined, and the changes could be observed by SMS review or regular review.
This situation can be observed regularly and no further inspection is required for the time being. CT can be rechecked every three months or half a year. If there is no problem, CT can be reviewed once a year after one year. In this case, benign lesions are more likely to be considered. If the lesions are enlarged or burr and solid components are increased in the later stage, it needs to be actively examined.