What does the findings in the report suggest?
Suspicious opacities are seen in the right upper lung field, partially obscured by the overlying osseous structures. The heart is not enlarged. The trachea is midline. The costophrenic angles and hemidiaphrams are intact. The osseous structures and soft tissues are unremarkable.
What does the findings of the report interpret?
What the meaning of: No active lung infiltrates. Heart is not enlarged by CT ratio. Pulmonary vascular markings are within normal. The hemidiaphragm and costophrenic sulci are intact. The visualized soft tissues and osseous structures are unremarkable.
What is the diagnosis of my chest X ray?
What is your diagnosis if my chest X ray indicates that there are: 1. hazy opacities seen in my paracardiac area; and 2. :the visualized soft tissues and osseous structures are unremarkable ? 3. the general impression PNEUMONITIS, RIGHT PARACARDIAC Area
What is the meaning of the following Chest X-ray results?
I ve been taken the CHEST X-Ray medical check, the report is following: There is apical pleural thickening in both apices. Both lungs are hyperaerated with low lying diaphragm. Heart is not enlarged. Intact sulci. Visualized osseous structures are grossly unremarkable. IMPRESSION: APICAL PLEURAL...
Chest x-ray done. What does the results mean?
hi! the result of my chest x-ray are: there are suspicious densities in the upper lung fields, the trachea is midline, the cardiac silhouette is not transversely enlarged, the castophrenic sulci and hemidiaphragms are intact and the rest of the visualized soft tissues and osseous structures are...
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