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Fibrotic lesion in lung
I have a few fibrotic lesion with fine calcification in bilateral lung fields what are the causes of this problem and how it can be treated is this a serious problem
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Hi. I understand your concerns. it depends on your symptoms currently. Generally it is due to old tuberculosis. Consult a pulmonologist for the same. if you are from bangalore you can consult me at my clinic at hebbal kempapura. Details are given in the practo. Hope your questions were answered. Thanks
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