Good afternoon … I want to ask yesterday I got lung X-ray results The doctor uses language and active TB (how clinical) so I don’t understand the doc. So what should I do Please help me
X-ray is a supporting examination that can help establish the diagnosis. X-ray examination can help detect diseases such as lung infections, pulmonary tuberculosis, COPD, bronchitis, certain lung cancers, and can also see the shape of the heart.
To read the proper x-ray results is to look directly at the x-ray results, so it is recommended that you ask directly with your doctor about the disease you are experiencing.
If your doctor writes active TB DD, then this indicates the possibility of an active pulmonary TB disease. However, active TB is still in the form of conjecture or a possibility of possibility. Usually to determine whether TB is active or not sputum examination is needed. Ask your doctor directly.
The following article you can read about tuberculosis
may be useful. thank you