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How Often Do You Have To Take Tb X Ray
Normal chest X-ray & abdominal/pelivic CT scan, but positive TB skin test? I have low grade fevers, extreme fatigue & swollen lymph nodes. Tb?
Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection is also known as Tuberculosis. Mycobacterium tuberculosis is an infectious organism that spreads by droplets coughed out by an infected person. Infection is established initially in lungs, but can spread within lungs & to other body parts, or can become latent, with reactivation occurring years to decades later. With effective treatment, it can be completely eliminated although drug resistant ...Read more
Tb i had my skin test - redness 40 mm i will do the chest xray tomorrow ! but am i contagious ? What are the side effects of the treatment for TB ?
So my TB is positive and i went to the doctors on april 28 for an x-ray. How long should I wait for the results?
Very shortly: It doesn't take too much time to read and report on the x-ray . So hopefully within the next couple of days. ...Read more
My X-ray says that there is a homogenous density in the left apex. Impression: Koch's Infection w/ volume loss. Does it mean i have TB? thanks.
Tuberculosis: MAYBE. A pulmonary infiltrate does not necessarily mean tuberculosis. There are many things which cause pulmonary "densities". However, because TB is such a serious public health risk, it must be considered the leading diagnosis. At this point, you and your doctors must act as if you have TB, to prevent possible spread while further investigation and initial treatment occurs. ...Read more
Not TB: Radiographic findings are one part of diagnosis of disease processes. Some things can have similar appearances and usually differential in diagnosis.. Negative correlative blood test and sputum negate the radiographic findings. Negative skin test: means the person’s body did not react to the test, and that latent TB infection or TB disease is not likely. Look for other cause of xray findings. ...Read more
Yes: Common TB comes in two varities In children primary TB shows up as enlarged mediastinal nodes, pneumonia,and pleural fluid on chest xray. With healing of TB get Ghon complex of calcified nodule in lung and calcified node in mediatinum.Secondary TB usually occurs later in life with reinfection with pulmonary and pleural changes in upper part of the chest. Exposure to TB can be without xray change ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is an infection in the body with mycobacterium tuberculosis. It is almost always acquired via the respiratory tract from which it can spread to other organs. After that, the immune system walls the bacteria off. All of this usually occurs without symptoms. After that, activation of the infection can occur in about 10% of the total patients. Half of this risk is in ...Read more
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