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Histoplasmosis - Lung lymth node biopsy diagnosis was caseating glanulomous, which is a fungi?
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I live in the Ohio valley. Worked at a place where pigeons lived in the ceiling in one of the rooms,,,the one where the refrigator/microwave was stored, in room on a daily basis and poo dust was visible on furniture and would fall freely when birds were stirred up. So I was exposed. My question is since it's in lung (noledule) and lymth nodes does that mean it is an active infection requiring treatment. I go to the Pulmonary dr. on Friday and was wondering what kind of test I could I expect him to order? They are growning a culture but it will take six weeks and I think this is only week three. Does that make sense? What kind of questions should I ask Dr.?
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