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... Hello, I was in the E.R.,and had a Cat Scan of chest with contrast. In the reports it stated I had scar tissue. Question, if you never had surgery on your lungs why would have scar tissue. I have never smoked anything in my life but the radiologist stated I have scar tissue. ... (0 replies)
... o Grandmother has been increasingly short of breath over the past month. ... (0 replies)
... I have many health problems but as of the moment I am very concerned about a message I got from my pulmonary doctor. ... (0 replies)

... antibodies to coccidiomycosis if you did have Valley Fever, and that can cause granulomas, like balls of scar tissue in the lungs. Another condition, sarcoidosis, can behave similarly, and a serum ACE can be helpful, but sarcoid usually causes very enlarged lymph nodes in chest. ... (3 replies)
... I have also got interstitial lung disease, in my case caused by chemotherapy I had for lymphoma. ... (7 replies)
... I am looking for opinions on a condition I have had for the past 14 years. ... (2 replies)
... Hi. I'm a 42 year old woman in pretty good health, relatively speaking. ... (1 replies)
... Sorry I didn't reply before now, I've been in the hospital. I was doing the preliminary tests for the lung transplant when I got a staph infection at the heart cath. test site. ... (19 replies)
... Hi There, Sounds like it could be a possibility that your Grandfather could have residual scar tissue in his lungs from the pneaumonia that he had suffered. ... (3 replies)
... This is all very interesting. I have these sensations in my throat that the only way I can describe are a tightening and a lump at times. ... (18 replies)
... I did get a high resolution CT scan from this new doc. About a week ago. It said there were no emphysemous type changes, but said something about a lateral line in the middle lobe. ... (18 replies)
... Thanks so much for the info. I don't mind that it's a long message. I think it is great to learn more about what can be causing problems. ... (18 replies)
... You probably need to start a new message thread with your question. You will be more likely to get answers. Give your thread a good title so people will read it. There is also a good message forum at (18 replies)
... Since everyone is on the subject of scarring of the lungs.Maybe someone can explain to me what this means........Ok had penumonie a while back in my left lung.Xray stated I had Chronic changes Bilaterally...Chronic interstitial changes.I freaked out I thought I had interstitial lung disease.. ... (18 replies)
... I haven't had all the tests you have, just a typical computer spirometry. ... (18 replies)
... and I am 125. So the low end of normal. New pulmo says he might test again at some point. ... (18 replies)
... I have had xrays and no one ever said my lungs were hyperinflated. My small airways are the worst part of it, but I don't think they are worse, just not much better with Advair. ... (18 replies)
... I wondered why you never emailed, then today I saw your thread where you said your email had been returned. It's nice to talk to someone who is going through the same thing as I am. ... (18 replies)
... no asthma attacks, small airway function, shortness of breath. etc. Well, my last appointment was back in December. ... (18 replies)
... I have posted on this board before, but it's been many months. I had shortness of breath all the time. So I've been the rounds of tests, etc. with a really crummy pulmo. Kept saying it was asthmatic lungs, but had no explanation for SOB all the time and NO asthma attacks. ... (18 replies)

Associated Tags: dense scar tissue in lungs, interstitial pneumonitis

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