Small nodular opacity in right lower zone along with positive Mantoux indicates tuberculosis
but it needs to be clinically correlated.
Does she have fever
,cough with expectoration?
Does she have contact to tuberculosis patient?
Is she immunocompromized?
She has been started on 3 drug AKT (Anti-koch's treatment) ,but according to RNTCP or WHO guidelines 3 drug AKT is not indicated for tuberculosis.
She needs to be started on 4 drug AKT.R-cinex
should be started and it should be given for 2 months followed by 4 months of R-cinex means a total of 6 months treatment.
Visit to chest physician for better guidance and further treatment.