Lungs report showed prominent bronchovascular markings. Meaning?
FINDINGS: both the lungs demonstrate prominent bronchovascular markings; both the costo-phrenic and cardio-phrenic angles are normal; trachea and mediastinum are in the midline; cardiac size is within normal limits; there is no evidence of pleural effusion or pneumotorax; bony thoracic cage...
pls help me understand this.
apices are clear. left CP angles apear clear.
prominent bronchovascular markings seen n bilateral lower zone.
right cp angle is
Usually prominent bronchovascular markings are seen in Chronic obstructive pulmonary lung disease or broncheictasis or bronchial asthma.
Usually right cp angle will be more than usual due to cardiomegaly that is heart enlargement.
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
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