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Coarsening of lung markings

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doctor1 MD

I recently had an X ray that showed coarsened interstitial markings diffuse bilateral pattern are stable. What does this mean? I had heart surgery to close an asd and had lots of fluid on my lungs ...

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hello i have an xray result and would like some clarification if possible it states on there Coarsening of interstitial markings lung bases without confluent consolidation or pleural effusion . What ...

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My chest x-ray says 'chronic coarsening of bronchovascular markings'. What does this indicate? ...

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lung shows mildly prominent bronchial marking. What does it mean? is it a problem for my flying ...

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Hi Dr, my xray report showing "bronchovascular markings are prominent in bilateral lower zones", what this mean, treatment... please help ...

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what does this mean?: The cardiomediastinal silhouette is enlarged, stable. Lungs and pleura: mild coarsened interstitial markings are seen, compatible with sequela of chronic lung disease ...

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i have persistent cough i had s chest x-ray, report indicating, there is subtle coarsening of bronchovascular markings in the right infrhilar region appearance may reflect bronchitic but there is no overt ...

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Non smoker. Never had any problems with lungs. Overweight but working on it. Chest x-ray results are marked coarsening of the interstitial markings. Underlying interstitial disease is not excluded ...

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Hyperexpansion of the lungs. Coarsened lung markings. Subtle acute interstitial change superimposed over chronic could easily be missed. Apical thickening. There is a density projecting near the left ...

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findings sleep apnea. Chronic obstructive lung disease. Had chest xray which states coarsening of the interstitial markings. Trying to understand. What does this mean. ...

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I had a xray of chest and it says there is mild hyperexpansion of the lungs with relative lucency in upper zones,there is coarsening of thee interstitial lung markings in mid to low zones ...

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MY Xray result says mild apparent coarsening of bronchovascular markings at the lower zone region. The significance of this is uncertain. If there are persisitng clinical symptoms high resolution CT could ...

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im 47 y/o white female ,no previous medical problems just had xray of lungs after MVA with this findings coarsened bronchovascular markings noted and may be chronic there is a minimal patchy atelectasis ...

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I have recently had an xray, what does there is some coarsening of the lung markings compatible with copd. Subsegmental atelectasis noted at the lung bases. The left is prominent. further charaterisation ...

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. in the chesy X-ray i noticed Promient bronchovascular markings in the right lung and Doctor recommended some ... really worried about markings on the lungs ,since these symptoms are similar to lung cancer. Please ...

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doctor1 MD

Prominent vascular markings can be very normal on x-ray. But they can also point to an infection or pulmonary hypertension. It all depends on WHY the x-ray was done and the circumstances under which it was ordered (what symptoms have you been suffering from)

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hi,it can lead to fluid accumulation in the lung.

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do you smoke? have allergy/asthma?