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Chest x-ray report

I ve been taken the CHEST X-Ray medical check, the report is following:\lungfields ae clear of infiltration diaphragm,costophrenic sulci and other visualized osseous structures are unremakable
Sat, 14 May 2011
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Hello friend.
If you want to know the conclusion of your chest x ray report then the answer is, your chest x ray is normal.
If you had undergone this x ray for specific condition then mention it, so that it can be co-related
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