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... d and the pulmonologist is going over this with the radiologist and will be calling me back in the next day or two! Well I'm scared to death. When I google the pleural nodule in the minor fissure it says its tuberculosis. I'm scared it's lung cancer. ... (0 replies)
... g short of breath and dizzy, not all the time but on and off. i got a CT scan done in sept 2009 and this was the findings.. within the right middle lobe is a 2mm nodule present within the lateral segment, likely representing an inflammatory nodule, no pleural effusion is seen.. ... (6 replies)
... In Feb 06 I had a chest CT ordered by my GI for bad GERD and erosive esophagitis and the radiologist wrote on his report that "there is a solitary discrete 4 mm pleural based nodule seen posteriorly in the left upper lobe. ... (15 replies)

... t I went to diagnosed me with GERD and passed me on the GI doctor. I have multiple pulmonary nodules, primarily right upper lobe,and one in the left. I also have pleural effusions and opacities in both lower lobes. ... (15 replies)
... I had a CT scan of my lower body because I have been having stomach pain. When they did the CT they found a nodule in my lung. The next day I had a chest CT done and this is the report. ... (15 replies)
... We have an appointment with the surgeon next week. The doctor has talked about removing the nodule because my husband had cancer 10 years ago. ... (1 replies)
... he "spot" on my lung. So they had me get a ct scan to get a better picture of it and all the radiologist said was that it was an 8mm non calcified, non specific pleural based nodule..blah blah blah. ... (10 replies)
... Review of soft tissue windows demonstrates no mediastinal or hilar adenopathy. No pleural or pericardial effusion. There si adequate opacification of the pulm. arteries. No filling defects are identified to suggest emboli. ... (1 replies)
... I'm 43, non-smoker, in the Ohio valley area. I hopefully am over an infection or something I've had for a while. In March, I became sick. It went on and off, your typical indication of virus; fever, tiredness, achey, sweats when fever broke, swollen glands in throat, and even a bit of hoarseness w/slight sore throat. I didn't think I'd ever get to feeling well. Over the... (4 replies)
... now with air bronchograms. There is adjacent interstitial thickening with a 4 mm nodule identified superior to this. There is a slight increase in the 4mm pleural based nodule within the left lower lobe laterally and a 5 mm nodule in the right upper lobe. Additional pleural based nodules along the minor fissure are stable. ... (0 replies)
Totally Freaked
May 7, 2009
... d in the right upper lobe laterally. Multiple small poorly defined nodular densities are seen. These vary in size from 2mm up to approximately 1 cm. At least one nodule seems to be centrally cavitated. More patchy infiltrate is seen adjacent tothe nodular areas. No nodules are seen in the right lower lobe or right middle lobe. ... (0 replies)
Scared!
Apr 18, 2008
... peat CT scan, of which I did, that scan there was no change, then another 3 month scan this nodule tripled in size and became "spiculated" by the time I had surgery it was 3cm in size origanly it was only 6mm, so they can grow rapidly. ... (23 replies)
Scared!
Apr 17, 2008
... ray and CT Scan showed fluid on my left lung. I had a pleural effusion with a partial lung collapse but felt fine. ... (23 replies)
Scared!
Apr 14, 2008
... ray. I was not sick at the time either and found it by accident. They immediately sent me to a CT which showed mild pleural effusion, a partially collapsed lung, lung scarring and a 5mm nodule. Talk about scary. I've never smoked in my life. ... (23 replies)
Scared!
Apr 12, 2008
... Because of where this nodule was, they couldnt biopsy it. THey ran a PET scan which showed "Hypermedobolic uptake" which also can indicate cancer. ... (23 replies)
... specific 1 cm nodule left lung base medial basal segment. ... (2 replies)
... s hard, and yes, I too have searched the internet and found the worst case scenarios, but more often than not, it doesn't apply to my particular situation. Your nodule is large. Because it is in a lower lobe, it may be that a bronchoscopy is not an option. ... (4 replies)
Lung Nodules
Jul 1, 2007
... focal hypermetabolic areas in the medial aspect of the left upper lobe with standard uptake value of 4.8 and 2.5. Both of they hypermetabolic areas appear to be pleural based. ... (3 replies)
... diagnosis of anything yet, but am scheduled with a Pulmonary Specialist in less than one week. I have multiple pulmonary nodules in the right upper lobe and one nodule in the left lower lobe. Linear scarring in right lower lobe an adjacent minimal consolidation which radioligist believes reflects atelactasis. ... (20 replies)
Lung Nodules found
Mar 27, 2007
... Small spiculated nodule present in the right upper lobe adjacent to the minor fissure. It measures approx. 11 mm in dia. Another small 5 mm nodule also seen peripherally in the right middle lobe. A nodule is also seen laterally in the left lower lobe, measuring approx. 15 mm in dia. ... (8 replies)


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