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Pain the chest. Chest x-ray showing homogenous opacity, air lucency in the left over zone, heart size normal. Undergone chemotherapy for non hodgkin lymphoma

In September 2011 my sister-in-law has (57 Years) has undergone Chemotherapy for Non Hodgkin lymphoma. Now due pain in chest she was advised for X-ray of Chest. The report of X-ray reveals about Homogenous Opacity / an air lucency in left lower zone while the heart size is normal. Right lung and CP angle are clear. Suggested clinical correlation and CT scan of chest to evaluate opacity or air lucency in left lower zone and suspicious opacity in left upper lobe. Please advice
Asked On : Sat, 18 Aug 2012
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she needs CT scan and if necessary F.N.A.C from that lesion and also to look for any reccurence of the dissease elsware.
Answered: Mon, 20 Aug 2012
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