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X-ray report showing increase in the lung markings at the right base, bronchial wall thickening and patchy peri-bronchial infiltrates. What does it mean?

hi, just wondering what this means on an xray? there are mild increases lung markings at the right base which are minimal and diffuse characterised by bronchial wall thickening and some patchy peri-bronchial infiltraes. however if there was previous lung consolidation here it is mostly resolved. no effusion , left lung clear. cardiac silhouette normal. no bulky focal lung or hilar lesion is seen.
Asked On : Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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these finding suggestive of bronchitis(inflamation of airway tubing) and normal finding in chronic smokers
Answered: Sun, 20 Jan 2013
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