A 30-year-old male asked:
Ct revealed moderate residual thymic hyperplasia, dr. says no concern still having chest pain/short of breath, had ctpa negative what can i do?
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Pathology 44 years experience
Get a consult: You've asked repeatedly about your thymus and you need to accept the reassurance that your physician and our team has given you. I understand that you are a young man and you're already aware that some of the pain is in your sternum itself, not your heart. You also claim "high blood pressure", "angina" and are on a SSRI. You need specialist consultation in cardiology & psychiatry, not HealthTap.
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Last updated Jun 11, 2014
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