How can lung opacity be best treated ?
fsmily friend had bad cold, turned bad now diagnosed with serious opacity. is this treatable and if so what has been the treatments that showed most promise? non-smoker & social drinker
Poorly defined in homogeneous opacity of lungs, what does it mean ?
I am a male of 64 years old and have been reported with: Lungs- poorly defined inhhomogeneous opacity is noted in the left lower zone followe by left sided consolidation in the impression section. What shall I take and the doctor suspects it pneumonic and prescribe tab. claricin and Cap. Tcef...
Reduction in lung field, homogeneous opacity. Appropriate drug?
There is a reduction in the left lung field where a fairly homogenous opacity with background reticular changes is observed. Shift of mediastinum with the heart to this side is observed. Compensatory emphYsema of the right lung with evidence of reticular changes in the upper zone is noted....
What is lymph node lung cancer and what treatment do you need?
What causes lymph node lung cancer.
Thanks for the query. It can be either lung cancer, having spread to lymph nodes. Or, it is cancer of Lymph nodes within the chest.
Please clarify which one do you mean? Lung cancer with spread to lymph nodes carries a bad prognosis with short life. Other condition can be managed.
Dr.(Col) R Karanwal
MBBS; M.D. (Internal Medicine)
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doctor 1 xray tell cough,fever,sputum in both lungs 2 xray tell infection should koch's in both lungs 3 xray tell old koch's in both lungs so what is problem
you are most likely to be suffering from pulmonary tuberculosis
TB infection begins when the mycobacteria reach the pulmonary alveoli, The primary site of infection in the lungs, known as the "Ghon focus", is generally located in either the upper part of the lower lobe, pulmonary koch generally treated with antitubercular therapy for 6 months and recurrences sows the symptoms what you are getting.
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