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Chest x-ray shows bronchovascular markings in lungs. Will this make me unfit for employment?

Chest X-ray report showing as -Both lung fields are clear. -Prominent Bronchovascular markings seen in both lungs. -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: Clinical Correlation recommended.Iam trying for a job in UAE, Is this will make me Unfit for the emplyment
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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Hi thanks for the question.
Prominent bronchovascular marking in chest X Ray is sometime a normal finding but usually indicates Bronchitis that is inflammation of bronchi Bronchi are the conducting pathways of lung.Prominent bronchovascular marking also occur if there is increased pressure in pulmonary vesscels.Both conditions are treatable.You can repeat chest X Ray after treatment of bronchitis (if you have) by a physician.I don't think this will render you unfit for job .
Hope this answers your question.
Answered: Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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