Hello, doctor. Do you want to have an operation right away? Can you wait until January 22? Will it grow very big? Because the child has a holiday in January, and now no one takes care of the child
Just now, I saw the report you sent out, indicating that the mediastinal tubercle is 3.6 × 2.0 cm, with clear boundary, no pericardial effusion, no enlargement of lymph nodes, and high possibility of benign. Now it is October, with an interval of two months. It should be no problem to have another operation in January. It is recommended to follow up and observe. If there is any abnormality, seek medical treatment in time.
According to this report, the mediastinal tumor is still relatively large. This situation needs surgical treatment. If you stop for a few months and then carry out surgical treatment after the holiday, the general problem is not big. It is best to carry out surgical treatment as soon as possible in combination with the patient's symptoms. This situation must be cured by surgical treatment
The boundary of your mediastinal low-density shadow is clear. It should look benign. Although it looks benign, it is also a little big. It should also be operated on. However, I think it should be no problem in a few months. You'd better have more reexamination. This is my personal point of view.