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Chest mri detects lung tumor
Can chest MRI detect lung cancer. I've had undergone contrast chest CT scan but reports are normal but after 1 month I got a cough and sputum which last for 2 weeks coughing was gone but sometimes I get gray colour sputum and pain lower ribs and shoulder blade is it a sign of lung cancer. I googled it and now IAM afraid can chest MRI detect cancer ?? I am attaching my reports of CT scan
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CT is the best modality for lung...your symptoms could be simple bronchitis only...consult pulmonologist for a better opinion
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Consult a pulmonologist for the same at the earliest
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Hi Your CT chest is normal. You can do your sputum testing and consult a pulmonologist with this CT report
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