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Picture Of Lymphnode In Chest
Enlarged lymphnodes in armpits. Tumour in breastbone. Cough, weightloss, fatigue. Normal ct Scan of lungs, abdomen. Normal x ray of breast.
Biopsy lymph node : How's your physician considered biopsying one in the lymph nodes to see what it shows ...Read more
Right lung mass. Bilateral nodules. Question of right hilar adenopathy. This is information listed as a result of ct scan of chest.
What would cause tightness in center of chest, shortness of breath, n pain in leg/groin/lung. Ct revealed residual thymic hyperplasia?
It is not clear : It sounds like you are in the midst of an evaluation. I'm not sure the thymus is responsible for this and would certainly recommend used discussing with your physician about a cardiovascular evaluation . ...Read more
Why are you asking?: It may or may not. More likely it will not. It is very important to obtain a detailed and long history and physical to evaluate, by an experienced MD. An isolated CXR is almost meaningless in context! Some experts have recently talked about yearly total body MRI. But unprovent AND DOES NOT REPLACE AN EXAM by an experienced doc, as opposed to a hospital employed money sucker. ...Read more
I have upper chest pain full arm strain and pain in under arms.ultrasound report says multiple tiny hypoechoic nodular,few reactive nodes in axilla?
More info: is needed. Are you referring to a breast ultrasound? ...Read more
What might cause a hard immovable mass at the top of my breast bone, one on top of left shoulder at end of clavicle, a small movable node in Palm of hand, some shortness of breath, and gi issues?
Get examined: Have a MD examine the area "live" and we won't have to "guess" in this virtual forum. Besides, the examination will be far more accurate of an answer. ...Read more
Feeling of tightness in chest. Spirometry reveals fvc 46% and fev1 47%. Ct scan shows plural thickening in lower region with calcification on rt side?
Breathing issues: It appears you have both functional and anatomical abnormalities. However based on the data that you provided it is impossible to determine the cause. Further investigation is needed. I suggest that you go back to the physician who ordered these tests and he may tell you what to do next. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What could cause a lump 2" or so below clavicle in middle of chest, slightly swollen lymph node on bottom left side of neck, and GI issues?
Pain in right side of chest above breast sometimes in left side. I have a huge amount of catarrh in my throat, swollen lymph node in neck for 2 weeks?
Treat infection: All three symptoms may be related to an infection. After 2 weeks, it is certainly time to see your physician for an examination and appropriate tests. ...Read more
Can a CT scan show the difference between granulomas and lymphoma of a swollen lump node in the neck?
Perhaps: CT is a great test that shows lymph nodes in the neck well. Granulomas usually demonstrate some degree of calcification but not always. Also, they tend to be smaller. Lymphoma nodes are not usually calcified, are larger, more numerous etc. There is, as you can imagine some overlap and a biopsy is usually recommended. ...Read more
NO: They're present in practically all adults - it's part of breathing the air for 52 years. ...Read more
Palpable lymphnodes sides of the neck (4 all under 1cm, mobile,soft) U/S seemed benign, stress related night sweats?can lymphoma present in small ln?
Shortness of breath and tightness in the chest. Also neck swelling on the left side but no lumps or nodules. Is it cancer?
Asthma: You will need a proper evaluation by your doctor including a chest xray & tests for asthma. Swelling in the neck on the left side may represent a prominence related to the upper segment of the left lung. May be related to symptoms of shortness of breath & not necessarily cancer. Good luck. ...Read more
Yes: Chest x-ray pa and lateral means your doctor wants to see lung in anterior posterior position and to see heart and behind it in lateral it shows the lungs, heart , and upper part of body , neck to abdomen. It shows if there is pathology in lungs, heart or mediastinum. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
10 yr bc survivor . Cxr showed a solid nodule in lung, or in chest wall. What's the difference of lung and chest wall? Scar tissue fm mastectomy ?
Need Further Work-Up: The chest wall refers to the ribcage and muscles that cover them; the lungs are within the rib cage. A solid nodule in either location, especially if it is new, requires further testing & possible biopsy to determine if it is cancerous or scar tissue; this should begin with a (pet) ct to determine exactly where this nodule is. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A CT of my chest showed an enlarged lymph node in the carina area. It measured 1.8 cm. What is the likelihood this could be a symptom of lung cancer?
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