Calcified Nodules?

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A calcified nodule is a small deposit of calcium-containing compounds present on the lung surface. These deposits can be diagnosed through a chest CT scan or a chest x-ray. Calcium nodules are characteristic of fungal infection, TB and Rubella.
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dermoid cyst, pilomatrixoma.
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May very well be. Could be benign though. Only way to tell is a biopsy. One large centrally located nodule is a lot better then many small diffuse nodules.
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A nodules is a lump in the lung measuring less than 3cm in diameter. There are many causes for lung nodules. As radiologists we look for clues e.g. in the patients history, the appearance
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Calcified lesions means where calcium is deposited and the lesion is hard. The reverse is non calcified lesion. The result of CT showing lesions and nodules. These can be cancerous
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