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Lung Nodule
Jan 8, 2014
... uary I was having severe digestive issues which led to the emergency room where an abdominal CT scan was performed. My abdomen showed no abnormalities but a 3mm lung nodule was discovered in my lower lobe. ... (3 replies)
Lung nodules
Nov 29, 2008
... I recently was told that I had a lung nodule and granuloma. ... (17 replies)
... I began posting here last summer when I found out that a 1.5 lung nodule on my RLL. This was found during a chest xry while I had a respiratory illness of some sorts. ... (7 replies)

... Really, most of the time, calcified granuloma isn't much to worry about. It could be from past pneumonia or severe lung infection. It's basically scarring that calcifies. However, you need to get a chest CT scan to see for sure what it is. ... (8 replies)
... If it makes you feel better, I have a 5mm nodule on my lung. Scared the you know what out of me, as I was a smoker. ... (16 replies)
... In my earlier posting, I said I had an annual physical and subsequent CAT scan that showed a 1.9 x 2.0 CM nodule in my right lower lung. A much smaller 4 MM spot showed on my upper left lung. ... (4 replies)
... In an earlier posting, I said I had an annual physical and subsequent CAT scan that showed a 1.9 x 2.0 CM nodule in my right lower lung. A much smaller 4 MM spot showed on my upper left lung. ... (10 replies)
... Here is what my lung doctor told me about my nodule. A repeat cat scan would be done in 3 months to either identify if it is growing, staying the same, or disappeared. ... (4 replies)
... I don't have or know anyone with a granuloma or lung nodule, but I recently helped someone on one of these boards who was dealing with the same thing with her husband, and it turned out that it was from an infection. I'll tell you that if each CT scan said the same thing, it most likely is benign. If it were something like cancer, it would have grown. Did the doctor say... (4 replies)
... I would love to hear from people that have had a lung nodule for a long time and it's benign. ... (4 replies)
... They did see two nodes in my right lung and ordered a chest ct. I just picked up the results from that. ... (0 replies)
... ray. First xray showed two nodules or granulomas in right lung. Second xray showed persistenct 10mm nodule or granuloma in lower lobe of right lung. Doctor sent me for chest CT scan. CT showed everything normal. ... (3 replies)
... There is a small calcified granuloma in the left upper lobe. There are several scattered calcified granulomata in both lungs. there are several scattered tiny nodular opacities in the right lung. ... (1 replies)
... I am new to the boards. I am a 32 year old Mom of 2 young boys. Unfortunatly, I do have a smoking history. We found a 1.5 cm nodule in my right lower lobe. during a chest xry. The radiologist at first glance reading the Chest xry called it a "Granuloma". ... (4 replies)
How common is it?
Jun 17, 2007
... What an interesting thread. I wish all of you all the best. Dealing with lung problems is scary to say the very least. ... (91 replies)
Some advice please
Apr 10, 2006
... t think the cough is necessarily significant, but that in addition to your nodule is enough leverage for you to get the doc to do more and sooner. Ask for a CT in 2 or 3 months or push for a PET Scan if you can get one. ... (4 replies)
... Sometimes infections like bronchitis, or even flu-like illnesses can scar the lungs. Good luck with the next CT scan - I'll be praying for your family. Take care. (4 replies)
... Thanks Rachel, I'm just looking for anything positive. Thank you for posting. NO....hubby doesn't have enlarged lymph nodes but yes he's had borchitis two years ago and last year after a *flu like thing* that everyone got here in town. (4 replies)
Jul 27, 2003
... calcified nodule on one lung. Can any one tell me what the difference is and if they are serious? ... (4 replies)

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