Three months later, the small nodules in the left lower lung were roughly the same as before, and a few fibrous foci in the middle lobe of the right lung. The punctate dense shadow of the left lobe of the liver and calcified small stones in the intrahepatic bile duct were identified
From your examination results and some descriptions, this is actually not a problem. It's more likely to be a benign nodule. It's better to focus on regular reexamination. Well, if there's no big change in the three-month reexamination now, you can reexamine it again half a year to a year. It's estimated that there's no problem
Hello, according to the situation you described and the examination results, it is mainly considered that there is inflammation in the lungs. If there are no clinical symptoms, there should be no big problem. At ordinary times, we should pay attention to nursing, increase immunity and prevent the symptoms of flu. Regular review is OK. Usually, the diet should be light. Don't eat spicy and irritating food, and don't drink or smoke.
Hello, compared with the CT of your lung three months ago, the small nodule of your left lung is roughly the same as before. You don't need to worry. At present, you don't need treatment. You can have regular review every year. Scan the punctate dense shadow of the left lobe of the liver. No matter it is calcification or intrahepatic bile duct stones, such a small one will not cause obvious symptoms. It is also necessary to recheck regularly.