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Perihilar bronchovascular thickening

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Streaky opacities in perihilar regions, bronchovascular summation shadow and overlap, peribronchial thickening. Pulmonary edema?

to bronchovascular summation shadow and overlap, peribronchial thickening, or mild interstitial infiltrates. What ...There is no evidence of pulmonary edema. There are some streaky opacities in the perihilar regions ...
 

Chest X-ray shows bronchovascular prominence, costo-phrenic angles clear. Meaning?

Dear Dr, Greetings. A recent chest X-ray of my wife mentions bronchovascular prominence (perihilar and lower zones) , cardiac shadow is within normal limits , costo-phrenic angles are clear and bony thoracic ...
 

Chest pain, bronchitis. X-ray shows accentuation of bronchovascular marking with peribronchial wall thickening

of the bronchovascular marking with mild peribronchial wall thickening in the right suprahilar area and in both lower ...
 

Cough. Have bibasilar bronchovascular, eribronchial wassl's thickening. Done X ray. Suggest?

bronchovascular markings increase with associated left side peribronchial wassl s thickening. No focal pneumonia .... the skeletal structure is unremarkable. IMPRESSION: Bronchovascular markings increase. Left peribronchial walls ...
 

Impression said uboptimal inspiratory effort renders mild bronchovascular crowding. Explain

with description as suboptimal inspiratory effort renders mild bronchovascular crowding and apparent mild peribronchial marginal thickening is observed at the left suprahilar region. ive been suffering sudden burst ...
 

Explain chest x ray showing masslike right basilar opacity, right pleural thickening, small pleural effusion

basilar opacity as described above and right pleural thickening verses small pleural effusion. Left hilar prominence and possible left perihilar subsegmental atelectasis, CT exam suggested. what does all this mean? ...
 

Chest X-Ray, soft tissue density, mediastinal lesion. Lung fields normal broncho-vascular markings. Cancer or tumor?

costo and cardio-phrenic angles are normal. No evidence of effusion or pleural thickening. Soft tissue ... outline is smooth. Lung fields are clear with normal broncho-vascular markings. heart is normal in size ...
 

Result on chest PA, please explain

lobe ,right lower lobe left upper lobe and left perihilar area with cavity at the right upper lobe.Cannot rule out PTB.Bilateral apicopleural thickening..Right lower pleural thickening versus effussion ...
 

What does accentuated bronchovascular markings suggest?

Sir, i have got my chest xray done. It was a routine medical checkup by company i am working for. On xray report it is written that bilateral lung fields show accentuated bronchovascular markings. No free ...
 

What does it mean by bilateral hila and bronchovascular markings are prominent ?

sir in my report its written that bilateral hila and bronchovascular markings are prominent what does that mean , is anything dangerous. bilateral hila and bronchovascular markings are prominent ...
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What does linear areas of scarring and mild diffuse bronchial wall thickening mean?

in the perihilar distribution.. Forgot to add mild diffuse bronchial wall thickening ...What does linear areas of scarring and bronchial wall thickening mean? I just had another bout ...
 

What does "Hyperaerated lungs with perihilar interstitial prominence without focal infiltrate" mean?

hyperaerated with perihilar interstitial prominence lungs without focal consolidation or effusion." "Impression: Hyperaerated lungs with perihilar interstitial prominence without focal infiltrate". What does that mean? ...
 

Clear lungs, mild bronchovascular distortion, fibrosis

My chest x-rays ready: The lungs are essentially clear. The mild bronchovascular distortion noted in the right upper zone can be seen on a previous film from 2006 and is most likely a spot of fibrosis ...
 

Taking amoxil for cough. Chest x-ray showed bilateral hilar enlargement. Any solution?

hilar enlargement. The lungs show mild bilateral symmetrical perihilar bronchial Wall thickening ...
 

What does congested bronchovascular markings with no active lesions on the lungs mean?

Hello, what does a chest x XXXXXXX that reads 'congested bronchovascular markings with no active lesions on the lungs' mean? ...
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Bilateral apical pleural thickening
Hi, Thanks for posting the query, The causes of bilateral pleural thickening are allergic exposure to asbestos, use of certain medications, infections, injury to the rib region, pulmonary effusions, embolisisms . I would suggest you to get a thorough clinical and radiological examination done. Take care!
 
Both lung. Fields show prominent bronchovascular markings suggest changes of bronchitis
do you smoke? have allergy/asthma?
 
what is prominent bronchovascular markings? how it affects my employment application.
these findings can be normal and relate to the depth of the breath that you took or the exposure of the X-ray that was taken
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