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Why did I get the scar on my lungs post the masectomy operation and how can I get rid of it ?

Hi im 29 f,i had a breast operation last yr 2010, diagnosed me a Giant Fibroadenoma,the doc told me it was a simple masectomy to be done by using a general anesthesia.before the procedure begin i followed the doc s instruction,not to eat and drink for hw many hrs.the operation is pretty done.after 5months of healing process..i had my lungs xray needed for my application abroad..but sadly i found out that i have a scar on my lungs,it was a little scar.and makes me feel shocked for the result bec i used to xray before my recent jobs and i had a clear normal lungs and one thing for sure i dont have any history problem on my lungs,never smoke,.why is this happening?is it the anesthesia?how can i take away this scar?If not,is there a big chances to go abroad even if i have a scar with no breast at all..i dont want to be hopeless bec of this.Pls advise me.Thanks and God Bless
Asked On : Thu, 21 Apr 2011
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As you are operated for fibroadenoma of breast,you have not to worry as this is non cancerous lesion.
But your problem scar in the lung requires evaluation.
You consult pulmonologist with Xray and discuss your case,I think with other investigations cause of scar will be concluded and then ask about going abroad.
OK and bye.
Answered: Tue, 10 May 2011
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