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Chest tightness
H/O=Chest tightness in right lower and middle lobe (mainly in deep breath),mild chest irrigation of both sides, mild dyspnea,continious mucous production on throat. Mild fatigue and sinusitis (though its not regular) No cough/fever/runny nose. Currently i hv on intensive phase of tb medication(9 months running). Tab. Telecast F odpc for 1 month running. I hv diagnosed extrapulmonary tb 8 months ago. 2 times thoracocentesis done...
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kindly connect..at 9monnths you may be on continuation phase rather thsn intensive phase..so it's better if i can review your reports 1st
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Consult a pulmonologist with detailed history
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Pl consult with detailed history and reports and treatment taken for further evaluation and treatment.
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