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User : In 1998, I had off & on cough and fever, and late night perspiration/sweating while sleeping in cold winter. The doctor advised me to get a chest x-ray which revealed a marking on medial-lower zone of left lung.
Doctor : ok
User : The doctor said that it was an early stage of tuberculosis and further prescribed me 9 months long TB course. I meticulously and regularly took the drugs and completed the course for 9 months. At the moment I am 29 years old and more than 10 years have passed, I have no problem of cough, late night perspiration or off & on fever.
User : I am a completely fit person.
Doctor : ok
User : do you get me dear?
Doctor : tell me
User : I mean do you understand me dear?
Doctor : now what is the problem you are having
User : yes what?
User : Now the problem for I have bothered you for an advice is that I am looking for employment in
User : Before induction into a job, one has to go through a comprehensive medical examination which includes a chest x-ray. Today I have got chest x-ray from a local hospital and the Lt: Lung report reads â??Broncho vascular marking prominent; healed calcified."
Doctor : ok
Doctor : yes the x ray will show that
User : Before induction into a job, one has to go through a comprehensive medical examination which includes a chest x-ray. Today I have got chest x-ray from a local hospital and the Lt: Lung report reads â??Broncho vascular marking prominent; healed calcified
User : hello
Doctor : because the tb makes
Doctor : p[rimary focus in the chest
Doctor : that is where it usually begins
Doctor : and on taking treament
Doctor : it usually
Doctor : leaves a calcified
Doctor : area it is not abnormal
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