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My son is 21 years old. He is a CKD

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My son is 21 years old. He is a CKD patient. Now he is going through Dialysis. Today his chest X Ray report shows "Inhomogeneous opacities noted in the parahilar and paracardiac reagions.
Bilaterally inflammatory". What it means. Is it cancer ? What is the treatment ?
Posted Tue, 21 Nov 2017 in Cancer
 
 
Answered by Dr. Deepak Sundriyal 40 minutes later
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Hello. It represents infection

Detailed Answer:
Hello dear. I understand your concern. So the lesion which you have described is likely infective in nature. It requires antibiotic support. It is not cancer. No need to worry.
Thanks and regards
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Follow-up: My son is 21 years old. He is a CKD 18 minutes later
Please guide me with the name of medicine should I use & for how many days ?
 
 
Answered by Dr. Deepak Sundriyal 7 minutes later
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Hello. Respiratory antibuotics will work

Detailed Answer:
Hello. Respiratory antibiotics like augmentin, azithromycin will work. But you need a clinical examination by a doctor prior their use.
Thanks and regards
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