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Old 04-19-2010, 01:23 PM   #1
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Abnormality on chest x-ray

I realize this is a very broad based question, suppose I am grasping
for any answer. We were just notified of an "abnormality" on my
husbands chest x-ray. The Dr. looked at them while we were in
his office and "did" tell him he had some enphs. but said all else
was fine. We suppose that when radiologist further reviewed this
came up. I asked if it was the Enphs. and was told no. Does anyone
have any ideas what we can/should expect from the upcoming
CT scans?

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