X-rays Showed Bronchitis But Never Felt Symptoms?
Good afternoon. Today I just received the results of the GCU for the PNS filing requirements. In conclusion, most are stated “in Normal Limits” except for the lungs, which are written “bronchitis” and are advised “consul to pulmonary poly”. My question: Do I have to consult, because so far I have never had any complaints related to the lungs and did not experience symptoms that indicate indications of bronchitis. When the consul later, I was confused what to explain my complaint. Explanation please. Thank you in advance.
GCU or general check-up is a medical examination for the benefit of early screening or for the benefit of applying for a job. One of the examinations that is often done in this examination is a useful x-ray examination to assess the condition of the lungs and heart and the state of the chest cavity.
Although useful, X-ray examination is only classified as a supporting examination. This means that this examination must still be adjusted to the symptoms / complaints and physical examination to be able to draw conclusions. If indeed you are advised to consult with the lungs related to these results, I strongly recommend that you consult directly with a lung doctor to get appropriate information about your health condition.
If you do not have a complaint regarding this condition, you can bring the results of the examination to a doctor and discuss the results so that the doctor can carry out further treatment if necessary.
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