If We Have Had Tuberculosis And Have Healed, Are There Any Marks On The Lungs?
Permit to ask, about two years ago I had tuberculosis. And I have been undergoing treatment for 9 months, 6 months I was the treatment process and added another 3 months by the doctor who treated me, until finally I was declared completely cured by the doctor. have this recovered ?? nI will undergo a medical check-up which is one of the stages of the process in the company.
TB is a disease caused by infection with mycobacterium tuberculosis. TB can occur in various organs of the body, such as the lungs, lymph nodes, bones, and the brain. TB treatment takes a long time, TB treatment can last at least 6 months.
If you have a history of pulmonary tuberculosis and it has been declared cured, then it may be causing lung marks. TB can cause scar tissue to appear on the lungs that can be seen on x-rays. But not everyone has scar tissue in the lungs.
Therefore, to find out whether the pulmonary tuberculosis scars can affect the MCU results, it depends on the policies of each company.
The results of the MCU do not only depend on the scars of pulmonary tuberculosis infection, there are various other things that can be considered such as blood tests, liver function, and screening for the presence of other chronic diseases.
The following is an article that you can read about medical check-ups
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