Calcified Granuloma of the Lung?


A calcified granuloma in the lung is the hardening of lung tissue which contains deposits of calcium. It takes a long time to develop and is a result of fungal infections. The granumola can be treated by antibiotics or minor surgical operations.
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Most commonly, granuloma of the lung is caused by a fungal infection called pulmonary histoplasmosis. Most granulomas do not require treatment.
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