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Neoplastic nodules

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I am a 33 year old male. I smoked for 12 years, and quit a year ago. I don\'t smoke now, I don\'t drink, and I exercise regulary. A month ago I went to the hospital with sever chest pain. I was diagnoised with mulitple pulimonary embolisms in both lungs, a pulmonary infarct, and DVG, they found a clot in my right leg. My family has no history of clotting disorders, I have not sugeries recently. I do have Cancer all through my family history. I went back to the hospital a week ago due to bad chest pains again. This time the CT scan for my heart came back irregular. More CT Scans were done with 1.25mm smacing and a 3.2 cm enlongated neoplastic nodule that shows contact with the pleural surface was discovered as with another nodule in subpleural location that is 4mm and non-calcified. The report says that the neoplastic nodule has no Air Bronchograms are seen associated with this lesion. I do have pain alot in my chest when I breath hard, and a flight of stairs puts me out of commision fo


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