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Small subpleural nodules in right upper lobe.Mild aread of fibrosis in bilateral apices.Mild mediastinal lymphadenopathy.Enlarged carinal lymph node.?

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Dr. Loki Skylizard
Surgery - Thoracic
2 doctors agree

In brief: Unknown

Complete history, exposures, symptoms, etc.
.. Would be critical. Subcarinal nodes could be sampled. In addition, depending on radiographic appearance and interpretation, could have lung biopsies as well. But, potential diagnosis is fairly large, numerous possibilities.

In brief: Unknown

Complete history, exposures, symptoms, etc.
.. Would be critical. Subcarinal nodes could be sampled. In addition, depending on radiographic appearance and interpretation, could have lung biopsies as well. But, potential diagnosis is fairly large, numerous possibilities.
Dr. Loki Skylizard
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Dr. Loki Skylizard
Have complete discussion with your family physician/primary care physician and request a referral to a Thoracic Surgeon. Together, they can help formulate a complete evaluation and potential treatment plan for whatever the cause may be.
Dr. Mario Matos-Cruz
Surgery - Thoracic

In brief: Thoracic Surgeon

Go see your thoracic surgeon and pneumologist to review your films and follow up.
May need to obtain new films as needed. The main concern of mediastinal adenopathy is what is causing it. Both bening and malignant diseases can cause mediastinal adenopathy.

In brief: Thoracic Surgeon

Go see your thoracic surgeon and pneumologist to review your films and follow up.
May need to obtain new films as needed. The main concern of mediastinal adenopathy is what is causing it. Both bening and malignant diseases can cause mediastinal adenopathy.
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