Problem description: Condition description (time of onset, main symptoms, symptom changes, etc.): CT performed, the results showed: both sides of the thorax were symmetrical, the two lungs had clear texture, the lung field was normal, and the right lung Patchy high-density shadows and cord-stripe shadows are seen in the posterior part of the lobe, flake shadows are seen in the lower lobe of both lungs, and nodules are seen in the lower lobe of the left lung, with a diameter of about 8mm; the hilar shadows of the two lungs are not large, and the shape of the heart shadow is normal. There was no deviation of the mediastinum, no obvious masses and enlarged lymph nodes were seen in the mediastinum, and arc-shaped effusions were seen in the thoracic cavity on both sides.
Diagnosis: Inflammation in the posterior segment of the right upper lobe and lower lobes of both lungs, accompanied by bilateral pleural effusion; nodules in the lower lobe of the left lung, follow-up review.
May I ask the doctor, what causes this nodule and how should it be treated? What’s the matter with inflammation? I don’t have any uncomfortable symptoms.
Question date:2020-09-23
Patient information:Age: 33 years old Gender: Female
Question analysis: The occurrence of inflammation requires the appropriate use of antibiotics to treat small lung nodules under the guidance of a doctor. The cause of the disease is not particularly clear, and it may be related to air pollution.
Guiding suggestions: In this case, small lung nodules need to be reviewed in time. It is recommended to have a lung ct test every year, mainly by radiologists for comparison.
Recommendations are for reference only. If the problem is serious, please go to the hospital for detailed inspection