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Chest x-ray report suggestive of prominent bronchovascular markings. Suggestions?

Chest X-ray report showing as -Both lung fields are clear. -Bronchovascular markings are prominent. -Both hilar shadows are normal. -Both CP angles are clear. -Both domes of diaphragm and thoracic cage are normal. -Cardiac size is within normal limits. Impression: Features are suggestive of Prominent Bronchovascular Markings
Asked On : Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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If you were my patient I would like to assure you that prominent broncho vascular markings of your chest xray are normal findings until and unless you are having symptoms of chronic cough suggestive of chronic or acute bronchitis.So I will always suggest you for consulting a pulmonologist for near supervision of the case
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Answered: Fri, 23 Aug 2013
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