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I would definitely disclose the pleural effusion (fullness in left lung) symptoms to the chemo nurse before starting treatment. Let the nurse and doctor make the call on administering chem given this symptom.
Stay the course.
one more thing: one of his findings on the CT scan was this as well:
small sub segmental centrilobular tree-in-bud nodular consolidations in the right lower lobe? then in impressions part of the CT report it says: infectious/inflammatory sub segmental consolidations in right lower lobe.
It's confusing because he isn't sick? They were so focused on the pseudoaneurysm that that wasn't even discussed.....