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i have a chest ct scan and it shows a 1.4 cm low attenuation nodule. should i be worried?

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CT chest: You need to discuss with your physician . I am sure they will discuss this with you. Modules can be anything from being benign to cancerous . Unless the CT is put in a clinical context, it is difficult to answer this question with certainty.
Answered on May 16, 2018

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