Can u explain my CTA chest w/ intravenous contrast results? The central airways are patent. There is minimal dependent atelectasis within the lung bases. no focal airspaceconsolidation, pleural effusion ...
. This was not seen on previous radiograph and may represent early airspace opacification. Remainder of lungs are clear. No segmental consolidation or pleural effusion is seen. Cardiomediastinal contour is unremarkable ...
My CT scan shows a consolodation measuring 4.4X6.1 cm in the lower right lobe of the lung, I am ..., and at times I have dry heaves with mucus. Chest pains...I m guessing this is lung cancer. I am scheduled ...
a standard chest xray (AP and LAT) which was reported radiographically as hyperlucency with expanded lung fields but no focal airspaceconsolidation. I guess this is suggestive of emphysematous change. She does ...
my mom age is 55 years. she is having pain on lower left side of lung. she had x-ray of chest. and the report says following- can you explain me what does it mean ..?? segmental consolidation seen, in right ...
indicating obstructive pulmonary disease with chronic bronchitic changes but no airspaceconsolidation ... and demonstrate hyperinflation indicating obstructive pulmonary disease. There is no consolidating infiltrate ...
..he is also single kidny patient..very weak.. lost 15 kg.weight.he has caught lung infection ..doc conducted some test and found left lungconsolidation.he is taking Amoxicilin and potassium 625 mg three times ...
Increased bronchovascular markings of both lung field. No evident consolidation or masses seen dp angles clear normal heat size n shape.chest x ray results
Increased bronchovascular marking is a vague term. May be present if you have reactive airway disease like asthma, or you have chronic cough. Cp angles clear and normal heart size is a normal findings
What are normal o2 saturation levels for someone with lung cancer? Is this a good test?
O2 saturation is only an indicative level. This will depend upon the stage of the lung cancer, associated other factors like infection, effusion, consolidation and so many factors decide it .
This is a good test, but you have to take into consideration other factors to.
Normal level should be above 91 at least
preferably 98 to 100
Hi, female (57) x-ray
13:mild scarring,right mid zone
14:some fibronodular densities,right zone
No active lung lesion/significant pleural effusion/consolidation
These densities or opacities are scar marks of previous infection and perfectly normal.There is no need to worry on this account.
These scar marks are Permanant and old always be visible in future X-rays.