If I Recover From TB, Does The Gland Leave Marks In The Lungs?
Hello! I am going to be sick, because of my lungs and getting medical treatment, and at the end of this month I will be cured by a doctor, but I am afraid that my gut will leave scars in my lungs later, will I not leave the radiology when I check radiology later? I have stopped taking medicine (have recovered) ?? Trimaksh ,.
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Tuberculosis (TB) is a disease caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis. This disease can attack the lungs, lymph nodes, bones, or the lining of the brain. This disease can be transmitted from someone suffering from tuberculosis to others when talking, coughing or sneezing.
Although in general TB occurs in the lungs, but it can also occur extra-pulmonary TB (outside the lungs) that is in tuberculosis glands or tuberculosis glands. Glandular TB only?
If you have done TB treatment completely or at least 6-12 months, usually people with TB glands can recover fully, but in some cases can also appear scar tissue and dry sores on the glandular area in the neck. It is also similar to pulmonary tuberculosis, if it has ever been diagnosed as pulmonary tuberculosis then in some people there can also be cavities (cavities in lung tissue) or scar tissue or fibrosis in the lungs that can be seen by radiological examination.
You should consult with your doctor or a lung specialist because you need more complete information, a direct physical examination, or a radiological examination regarding your complaint.
Hopefully this information can help you. Thanks.