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Ultrasound showing lymphadenopathy. FNA TB diagnosed. Have alcohol and smoking addiction. Any suggestions?

diagnosed FNA TB in largend doctor has prescribed below medicines.. I just want to confirm if the medicines are good. I have been reading about these medicines from last few hours.patient is alcohalic smoker what is the effect????
ultrasound neck- lymphadenopathy .
fnac -fna tb
medcine-benadon40,rcinex(300/450),combutol 1000,microzide1250
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
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Fine needle aspiration (FNA) is a cytology to confirm clinical suspician of Tuberculoses.
As per your doctor, TB is confirmed.
Ultrasound of neck also confirms lymphadenopthy.
Benadon 40 is Vitamin B6 Tablet used for its deficiency.
R Cinex is an anti biotic used in the treatment of TB.
Combutol another antibiotic, prevents the growth of tubercular bacteria.
Microzide is used for high BP, oedema etc.
The medications given by your doctor are good.
Answered: Wed, 15 May 2013
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