My Daughter Aged 15 years did her CT Scan. The CT Scan Result is as follows: ct scan shows evidence of few areas of peribronchial consolidation and nodular infiltration with most of them are revealing tree-in-bud configuration in apico posterior and anterior segments of both upper lobe, apico-basal segment of both lower lobe, medial segment of right middle lobe, lingula segment of left upper lobe with lymphadenopathy as described raises possibility of infective aetiology, likely tuberculosis should be ruled out Please guide as to the possible disease.
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kindly consult a chest physician with your daughter. He will prescribe you the proper remedy.
As tuberculosis is very common in our country it's management should be started by a specialist as soon as possible.
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