Guest texaggie Posted May 30, 2006 Share Posted May 30, 2006 Hi, Just had a CT scan completed a few weeks ago (focused on the heart--everything was fine there). My primary care doctor received the report and told me everything was fine. Same with the cardiologist. I asked for the report to be faxed to me and here is what it said: subcentimeter lung nodules are noted in the right upper lobe (3 mm in size), right lower lobe (3 mm in size), and left lower lobe (2 mm in size). Impression: subcentimeter lung nodules as described. Recommend a comparison with prior studies/follow up to confirm stability. I called my primary care doctor to ask why he didn't tell me this...he said he wasn't concerned. I've scheduled an appt with a pulmonologist to read the ct scan just to make sure. This really has me worried. I won't be able to see a pulmonologist for several weeks. You all seem so knowledgeable...can anyone tell me how concerned I should be? (40 yo, non-smoker, no other health issues). Thanks--I've been very impressed by all of you on this board. What an incredible group! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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