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How to get information on various findings of chest x-ray ?

My friend had a chest x-ray and based on the findings,it says Minimal PTB of undetermined activity,in the right upper lobe.Please correlate with other clinical and laboratory parameters.On his chest x-ray findings show that there is a hazy densities seen in the right upper lung zone.The heart is not enlarged.The rest of visualized chest structures are remarkable.I would like to know all about this?Is this a serious disease?Is there a treatment for this?How can this be cure?.............Please help me.Thanks.
Asked On : Sat, 18 Feb 2012
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Welcome to HCM,
From your X ray report it suggests that you are having Pulmonary tuberculosis.
Co relate means compare with any symptoms like cough,low grade fever you have,loss of weight etc and any blood repot is done.
So with all reports and clinical examination your doctor can diagnose your problem.
Nothing to worry if tuberculosis is there it is completely curable with long treatment.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Sat, 18 Feb 2012
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