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Dr. Andrew Rynne
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What does parahilar interstitial prominence in the following X-ray report suggest?

I had a chest xray and this is what the findings said. What does it mean? 2 views are submitted. No focal consolidations, effusions or pneumothorax. Parahilar interstitial prominence. The cardiac silhouette and osseous structures are stable comparison. Impression: 1. No focal consolidations, effusions or pneumothorax. 2. Parahilar prominence. Etiologies include bronchitis versus viral or atypical pneumonitis.
Tue, 16 Oct 2018
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it suggest only bronchitis which is lung infection or pneumonia....there is no abnormal mass in lung..only infectuon of lung....the treatment is antibiotics
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