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Tuberculous process of undetermined activity, what does it mean ?

i recently had a chest xray exam 5 days ago. the impression was an apicogram was suggested due to lineardensities found in the upper right lobe of my lung. i was not feeling well due to stress when i had the xray (up to date). i had an apicogram the other day, and the impression was, tuberculous activity of undetermined activity. i am worried that it might be something else. but i am not coughing or even have colds and fever . just stressed and tired from my hectic schedule. pls. clarify regarding this. thanks.
Asked On : Wed, 13 Apr 2011
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The gold standard diagnosis for Tuberculosis of Lungs is examination of sputum. But you have no cough or sputum.
In the initial stage of Tuerculosis of Lungs or when a person has good immunity, there may not be not be cough or fever.
There is no proper diagnostic test for checking whether you really have Tuberculosis. But still you may get an CT / MRI scan of lungs done.
Kindly give the report of CT / MRI Scan.
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