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History of tuberculosis. X-ray shows dots on lungs. Looking for medicine to cure the dots

sir i did my x ray today i had TB 5 years ago and i used TB medicine i complete the whole course i m very healthy married also in x ray there is dots on my lungs please sir could you tell me any medicine which can hide these dots or clear it so its my future i applied for the job in UAE thanks for your anticipation waiting for your positive reply
Asked On : Sat, 30 Jun 2012
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Pathologist and Microbiologist 's  Response
Hi muhammadasif227, the dots on the x-ray depict the scar tissue formed in your lung due to your previous infection and as such there is no medicine to hide them. If you are disease free then over the period of years they may become a little fainter but will not totally disappear. Your aim should be to be disease free and healthy. No employer should have any problem in hiring you if you are not suffering from the disease now and are physically fit to do the job applied for. Best of luck.
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