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Medical report for job marked as unfit due to chest X-ray with calcific speck right upper. Remedy?

I got very good job offer from Bahrain, but my medical report shows UNFIT because of Chest X ray report - Calcific Speck Right Upper . Please explain me in detail about this and how to come out of this mark, As far as my health is concerned, I m fit as per local doctor and he told no need to worry about this mark, no treatment required and this mark can t be removed. Because of this I can not any job in gulf countries.
Asked On : Mon, 29 Oct 2012
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You have a calcified spot in apex of your Right Lung This is an indication of a healed tuberculosis infection in the past..Since this not being a active infection no treatment is required and I do not think that you can be termed unfit on this finding.You can take a certificate from specialist in Chest Diseases.(T.B. Specialist)
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