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What does "Subtle Fibrocalcific" in a chest X-ray mean ?

I have done my Chest X-Ray and the report says Subtle Fibrocalcific are seen in bilateral upper zone suggestive of sequale of an old infection Can anyone tell me clearly what does this mean and what would be the future effect and possible causes...Is there any problem ?
Asked On : Thu, 23 Jun 2011
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hi ,
welcome to HCM.
read your prob, you have subtle fibrocalcific lesion Bilataral upper zone, this is most
probably suggestive of old tubercular infection. have you take medicine for it?
ok recurrence of this disease depends on your previous treatment n your immunity.
you should take high protine diet n vitamin C riched diet . mention the treatment which you have taken.
Dr aseem
Answered: Thu, 23 Jun 2011
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