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I use to feel pain in both side of chest , please advise me

hi, my x-ray report says thick broncho- vascular markings are seen in both lungs, consistent with bronchitic changes. There is no evidences of active lungs lesion or infiltrative processes in either lung field. Normal hila and mediastimum. And i use to feel pain in both side of chest . please advise me if this is something serious.
Asked On : Mon, 4 Apr 2011
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As per the reading from your xray report, this simply implies to inflammatory changes in the primary and secondary bronchus which could either be related to bacterial or allergic cause. The pain in the chest would support the former. You should consult with your physician, so that appropriate clinical checkup can be done to determine any underlying cause of infection. Appropriate antibiotic course will be initiated if any such cause is found. Hope this will help. Regards.
Answered: Sat, 9 Jul 2011
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