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Breast cancer in left breast. Slight haze in right lung field. Meaning of X-ray?

Hello Sir, Greetings! My mother was advised for an X-ray , on account of her regular check up after her chemo after the treatment of stage 2 carcino in her left breast . All the x-ray, Memo gram & Ultrasound are fine except in one X-ray report it say s a slight haze noticed in right lung field- X RAY CHEST PA/ AP VIEW Could you please provide me with some key to it? Appreciate your time. Regards
Asked On : Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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Hello and welcome to HCM
With a normal mammograph and ultrasound, a haze in right lung field may not be related to the treated tumor of left breast.
Haziness in lung could be due to various causes
1.Infection in the lung- Pneumonia
2. Edema in lung (collection of fluid)
3. Consolidation of lung
4. Fibrotic bands in the lung etc

Continue the follow up and consult the reporting authority (radiologist) for further information.

Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal
Answered: Wed, 3 Oct 2012
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