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X-ray report showing calcified granuloma in the lung lobes, cardiac size in normal levels. What is the treatment?

small calcified granuloma in the right lower of the lungs parenchyma is clear.bone cage and soft tissue are normal.both domes of diaphragm are normal.cardiac size within normal limits.both cardio and costophrenic angles are free.this is my fathers(age:75 years) xray report.what is the problem?is it severe?why it happens and what is the treatment?please guide me
Asked On : Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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small calcified garnuloma can be a benign sign of past TB or hamartoma. If he doesnt have a problem then why to worry.
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