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Mild enlargement of cardiac silhouette

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Enlarged cardiac silhouette vascular congestion on heart

enlarged cardiac silouette & vascular congestion on heart of 20 month old? What does it mean after a chest xray they see a enlarged cardiac silouette vascular congestion on heart on ou 20 month old ? ...
 

Chest X-ray showing mild enlargement of cardiac silhouette, blunting of right costophrenic angle. Cardiomegaly noted. Suggestions?

I had a chest xray yesterday and these were the findings: Mild enlargement of the cardiac silhouette suggested. Slight blunting of the right costophrenic angle noted. Vague increased density in both ...
 

Causes of Recurrent Cardiac Tamponade

Hi, I am doctor Rizwan Rauf. My father got cardiac tamponade for the 2nd time. He is 53, non ... is mild. May there is malignancy any where. Chest X-Ray is clear for any lung pathology. ESR is normal ...
 

What you mean by Enlarged cardiac silhouette & vascular congestion on heart of 20 month?

Enlarged cardiac silhouette & vascular congestion on heart of 20 month old? What does it mean after a chest xray they see a enlarged cardiac silouette vascular congestion on heart on ou 20 month old? ...
 

Respiratory issues, cough with chest tightness. Chest x-ray shows enlargement of cardiac silhouette. Pericardial effusion not excluded. Explain

: the heart is enlarged with a cardiothoracic ratio of 0.53. Lungs are free of active disease. Bony structures are intact. Impression: mild enlargement of the cardiac silhouette. Pericardial effusion is not excluded ...
 

Chest x ray, slight haziness, cardiac silhouette not enlarged, diaphragm and costophrenic angles intact, Pneumonitis?

i would like to know what the chest x ray results mean., There is slight haziness in the right in the right lower lung . The cardiac silhouette is not enlarged transversely. Diaphragm and costophrenic ...
 

Can enlargement of the lymph glands cause a larger cardiac shadow?

a larger than normal cardiac shadow. Could this shadow be caused by enlargement of the lymph glands there? ...
 

What is the treatment for mild tachycardia with normal Ekg and cardiac labs?

to the family doctor. My EKG and cardiac labs were normal. I work in the medical field and when this came about, I was able to hook myself up to a cardiac monitor. I noticed mild tachycardia (115) but other than ...
 

Could on and off dull pain in chest be cardiac condition?

i ve been getting very mild pain upper left side of the chest. the pain is dull and it lasts 10 ... this for the past 5 days. should i be concerned about any cardiac conditions? 45M. thanks ...
 

Can cardiac enzyme levels be controlled due to timely intervention?

and Stent of LAD.Troponin-T only mild elevation. Now have conflict with Dread Disease claim. Insurance company paid only minimal claim as cardiac enzymes did not reach what they regard as statistically ...
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Chest x-ray showed cardiac silhouette mildly prominent. What does this mean?

What is the meaning of "Cardiac silhouette is mildly prominent XXXXXXX in a chest X-ray report of a 74-years old male, Indian (from India)? ...
 

Cardiac stress tests revealed right bundle branch block and mildly enlarged right ventricle. Should I be concerned?

I recently had some cardiac stress tests, which revealed a right bundle branch block pattern as well as a mildly enlarged right ventricle . Could you explain their significance, and tell me whether I ...
 

What does ""cardiac silhouette appears to be without calcifications" mean?

When a radiologist writes regarding a CT angiogram that the "cardiac silhouette appears to be without calcifications," is he saying there are no coronary artery blockages in his view? If so, why ...
 

Anxiety, panic attacks, irregular heart beat, cardiac problem?

valve prolapsed, mild. 2. No other abnormality identified. I read that any mvp and regurgitation ...
 

Obese having an enlarged heart, palpitations. Need help in reading a cardiac output monitor report

Good Day. Male aged 49 with a BMI of 39 I am obese and I do have an enlarged heart which has never ... chest pain etc. I sell medical equipment, including a non-invasive cardiac output monitor. Out ...
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do I need to do cardiac echo as well.
Hi, If your basic investigations like ECG & TMT are normal, then there is no need to go for ECHO. Your symptoms can be attributed to Gastrointestinal cause. Symptomatic relief will be obtained with: 1. Tab Pantop D (to be taken once a day, 15 min before breakfast) 2. Syp Sucralfate 2 tsp thrice a day after meals. 3. Avoid spicy & oily foods. Take care.
 
what is Bilateral cardiac pnemoniatis found in the digital xray report
it means both of your lungs got infection and it includes pericardium too :) it might beaccompanied by pleural effusion.correlate clinically with your condition
 
my wife is pregnant at 10th week, she reported a blood spot in morning and ultrasound shows no cardiac activity, kindly suggest
Hi, good ultrasound machines can detect the heart pulsation at 6 weeks of pregnancy, sometimes detected by 8 weeks. Get one more ultrasound done to confirm absence of cardiac activity and then your doctor may decide to terminate the pregnancy keeping your wife health as priority. Spotting may occur in pregnancy due to various reasons. Your doctor may suggest some tests to find the reason for this.
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