I had an xray that dr said there is density nodule in the upper left lung on a rib . so was wonder ing if my adjustments in trying to straighten out my sine which leans to right but no scoliosis.
Could that be a density or pressure from the change to the left. He said I had a similar density in 2008 and haven't had xray since except at chiro.
I would have a radiologist check out the X-ray. Chiropractors and medical doctors too don't look at lung / rib lesions on a regular basis, and the question is: is it in the lung or in the bone, and what is it's significance?
It's great that it hasn't changed in five years, so probably of no great significance. But still, let a radiologist look at it.
It's unrelated to the treatment.
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I hope this has contributed.
Dr Barrie Lewis
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