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Question: Please find below Health Guard Floater Proposal, New business.
Age – 56 years / male.
H/O – TB Cervical lymphadenopathy excision on May, 2017.
Koch’s April 2016, last day of treatment – 17th XXXXXXX 2018.
Attached all the documents, discharge summery and doctors certificate.
Request your opinion on prognosis and if we can give health cover
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Answered by Dr. Gopal Goel (49 minutes later)
Brief Answer:
Health cover can be given.

Detailed Answer:
Hi I am Dr Gopal Goel Orthopedic Surgeon.
I have gone through the details as written and the two attachments.
Mentioned hare are about biopsies and condition at discharge but there is no mention of histopathology report with reference to tissue diagnosis.
Remnant and healed lymph nodes are very common after tuberculosis in all areas particularly chest and neck- If the biopsy is clear( no active tuberculosis) then there should be no obstacle to him getting medical insurance, Tuberculosis is not a disease , on the basis of which, Mediclaim can be denied.
Thanks for the question. Please feel free to ask any other question.
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Brief Answer: Health cover can be given. Detailed Answer: Hi I am Dr Gopal Goel Orthopedic Surgeon. I have gone through the details as written and the two attachments. Mentioned hare are about biopsies and condition at discharge but there is no mention of histopathology report with reference to tissue diagnosis. Remnant and healed lymph nodes are very common after tuberculosis in all areas particularly chest and neck- If the biopsy is clear( no active tuberculosis) then there should be no obstacle to him getting medical insurance, Tuberculosis is not a disease , on the basis of which, Mediclaim can be denied. Thanks for the question. Please feel free to ask any other question.