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we had a chest xray that says... apico lordotic view shows faint left upper lobe opacity wchich may represent prominent interstitial markings or increased density due to overlapping bone (scapula) however, parenchymal infiltrates are not totally ruled out. is this a caused for concern? because this person is currently caring for a newborn baby
Plain chest x ray report for my father 36 years old complain from pain in left side,report say Left basal thick atekectatic band,otherwise,clear both lung fiekd& costo diaphragmatic recesses No hilar or medastainal L.N enlargement Cardiothoracic ratio within normal Prominent aortic kunckle
i have done xrey report came there is minimal enlargement of cardiac shadow due to left ventricle with increased in cardio thoracic ratio noted. there is unfloding of aorta noted. lungs filds show bilateral halar and basal bronchial congection it is treateable or not...
Hi Doctor, I am a 38 year old male. Every year for the past 4 years already, our company requires us again to undergo a chest PA x-ray, for health awareness and safety. I have had a normal chest PA result for the past years, except that i have had a minor/mild dextroscoliosis that was discovered only last 2004, and previous to this i cant remember when was my last xray. Only recently, this year on January, i had the following chest PA xray result: Followup examination since January 25, 2013 shows: There is now a faint nodular density in the right upper long superimposed in the right 4th and 5th posterior ribs (suggest apicolordotic view for further evaluation). The heart is not enlarged. Both costrophrenic sulci and hemidiaphragms are intact. Mild thoracic spine dextroscoliosis is still seen. No other remarkable interval findings. Doctor, am i in trouble with these results? What does this faint nodular density in the right upper lung superimposed in the right 4th and 5th posterior ribs? Please enlighten me. Thank you very much.
I have had upper GI symptoms for 3 months. Primarily I have pressure under the right portion of my rib cage, excessive gas, pain directly blow my sternum. I have had a HIDA scan which showed slow fill of the common bile duct, a normal upper GI series a CT scan that showed a 1cm mass in my duodenum and most recently an EGD. The initial findings on the EGD are as follows: Hiatus Hernia Chronic Duodentis - diffuse mild inflammation characterized by granularity was found i n the 2nd part of the duodenum. Piopsy with a cold forceps was performed for histology. ICD Codes used for billing were: 535.60 duodenitis (without mention of hemorrhage) 239.0 Neoplasm of unspecified nature of digestive system 553.3 diaphragmatic hernia without mention of obstruction or gangrene I am still waiting on the histology reports, however am concerned that some of the verbiage used indicates this could be serious. Can you give me your thoughts?
My name is Charles Walters; Male; 48. i've recently been suffering from bloating, fullness, discomfort and sometimes pain in my abdomen. This has been accompanied by bleeding gums, frequent fatigue, and sometimes nausea. I have frequent bowel movements (3-5), which are urgent shortly after waking. They are usually within minutes of each other. the first is always solid and normal sized, but the subsequent ones are loose and thin. I've lost no wieght. I find that I am winded easier than usual. I eat a high fiber, veggie-rich diet, and not much red meat. My blood work was normal. I have been priorly diagnosed with periodontal disease. I've already had a ct-scan of my abdomen to rule out pancreatic cancer. The report showed a "possible medial arcuate ligament syndrome." My MD went with this diagnosis, despite admittedly knowing nothing about it and having never heard of it. He did not recommend a colonoscopy. Upon research, I found that my symptoms, other than abdominal pain, do not match those of medial arcuate ligament syndrome. What do you say about this? BTW: My MD firts referred me to am ortho for a knee related problem, having read the ct-scan report wrong. Am i in good hands?
Hi, I woke up one day after coming home from school and felt a really dull pain in my lower abdomen, almost above my bladder. It really didn't hurt, but was uncomfortable. I slept that night, and when I woke up the pain was still there, but now it has spread up to my upper abdomen below my diaphragm. Its a gnawing/sore pain, it feels like I'm hungry, but I just ate dinner. Help please, I'm afraid it's an ulcer or something worse.
I had an x ray of thoracic spine, history of Harrington rod In thoracic area, degenerative disc and arthritis . I went to doctor due to tremendous back pain moreso on right side scalpula area. The x rays show my diaphragm on the right is much...
I'm getting over a virus and have asthma so have been coughing quite a bit. I'm feeling better but now in the evening have been experiencing what feels like nerve pains in my left upper back and neck and side when I breath.. Goes away in a few...