To clarify, an inspection is an inspectors opinion...based on facts. According to the Texas Administrative Code, Title 22, Part 23, Chapter 535, Subchapter R, RULE Â§535.227-Standards of Practice: General Provisions, an inspection report is defined as being used "To provide the inspector's opinions and findings on the standard inspection report form."
That being said, some inspectors are more protective of litigation by deferring to licensed professionals on most matters and being overly cautious than others. In answer to your question, you must disclose the presence of an inspection report on the disclosure, but you are only required to disclose defects or problems. If you have fixed these as you stated, then they would not be disclosable as a current problem - because they are fixed and not problems. And you could always provide a copy of the most recent inspection to show the problems left after you fixed the original issues.