A 50-year-old female asked:
Had a CT scan and the report says 'serial axial CT scan of the chest shows reticular opacities in the right apical region and right upper lobe' ?
1 doctor answer
Dr. Patrick Kohlitz answered
10 years experience in Internal Medicine
Many things: Images found in diagnostic tests such as CT scans can only be interpreted properly in concert with history, physical and clinical context. " Reticular opacities" can mean man things such as a prior or current infection, architectual damage or inflammation. Speak with your doctor.
Answered on Jan 5, 2019
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