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Had lung and uterus tuberculosis in the past. Can it be detected through MRI now? How can the patches in lungs be removed?

Hello doctor, i was diagonosed with lungs tuberculosis 12 years back in the year 2000. I took medicines for 9 months and was cured. However, 12 years later in 2012 i was again attacked by TB in uterus and was on medication for 9 months. the medicine i ate was AKT-4 and Zincovit.Now my husband has got a job abroad and we will be undergoing a medical check up to be a resident. I want to ask that can mr tb be detected now, or they can find out that i was infected with this disease sometime back. Is their also a way by which the the white patches in lungs after TB can be removed?
Asked On : Sun, 19 Aug 2012
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Normally tb heals completely with treatment. Some times, even after healing, scar tissue may be left behind which is called fibrosis. In the lungs, it may be visible on x ray, ct scan and mri. If you have been declared cured of uterus tb, you need`nt worry. The patches in the lung may disappear over a period of time and they cannot be removed by any other method.
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