X-ray Examination Results After 3 Months Of Consuming OAT?
Night … 3 months ago I had an RO with a diagnosis of pulmonary TB for a long time, duplex was active …
Pulmonary fibrosis is a condition of the appearance of scar tissue (fibrosis) in the lungs which can cause damage and impaired lung function. This scar tissue will cause thickening of the alveolar wall (the inside of the lung) which makes it difficult for oxygen to enter the blood.
Pulmonary fibrosis can be triggered by various things, namely:
As a result of exposure to chemicals in the long term
Related to age, genetic factors and gender
Certain medical conditions such as pneumonia, tuberculosis infection (lung spots), sarcoidosis, immune diseases, etc.
As a result of consuming certain drugs such as chemotherapy drugs
Chemotherapy side effects
Because this condition occurs after you have received treatment, it is very likely that the condition is triggered by a tuberculosis bacterial infection that is healing and scar tissue forms. However, it is necessary to have a direct examination to ascertain the cause of your complaint so you should consult directly with the doctor who treats you to get the appropriate information about your health condition.
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