and middle lobes with evidence of traction bronchiectasis and associated volume loss. 2. nodular opacities ... sided pleural thickening 4. compensatory hyperinflation and herniation of the left lung... plz suggest ...
worsening/development of bilateral heterogeneousopacities, worse within the the right middle lobe, possibly atelectasis but worrisome for multifocal infection, including atypicals. and I also have fluid around my lungs ...
/oval opacities in his left lung and should get a ct scan . He is 50 and has smoked since he was 16 years old. He .... The ct scan will be next week. What percentage of these opacities are problematic ? I am very nervous ...
There is a reduction in the left lung field where a fairly homogenous opacity with background ... emphYsema of the right lung with evidence of reticular changes in the upper zone is noted. Crowding ...
think is a good idear. I have a family history of lung cancer and i have smoked for 25 years, what do I ...I need help... I had a nodule in both lungs one was4mm and the other was3mm over 2 years they have ...
if i understood correctly the causes can be longstanding infections, foreign bodies, carcinomas, tuberculosis. etc
What do you do about a coplasp lung
This is a condition that must be addressed by a physician immediately. There are various courses of action and several long-term care regimens depending on the cause.
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.
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