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Fibrotic infiltrates in lungs

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doctor1 MD

. Also some chronic fibrotic changes medial aspect of the left upper lung and minimal changes ...My sister was treated with chemo and radiation in 2011 for stage 3B lung cancer . On her last ct ...

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Hi i have lung infiltrates in my upper right lobe lung , specialist says it an infection and will See me in 6 weeks is it ok to leave ? ...

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infiltrate can't entirely exclude. Lungs are otherwise clear without pulmonary edema , focal consolidation ... Pneumonia must have fever? Cardiomediastinal silhouette is normal. Minimal increased lung markings noted ...

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I have done CT scan of my father and have got report as CT features are suggestive of primary lung malignancy in left upper lobe with mediastinal infiltration and encasing the lobar pulmonary ateries Enlarged ...

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to diesel exhaust/fuel fumes. My left lung and breathing had been bothering me for the last six months. I work 21 days on and 21 days off-at first the chest congestion and lung irritation would subside after 3 ...

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likely lymphnodal. -Heterogeneous infiltrates in the apical segment of the right lower lung lobe ...Good day doctor., I just want to know if the report of my father lung ct scan is a cancer ...

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both lungs field are hyperaerated with low set diaphram considered pulmonary emphisema.please correlate clinicaly..der are suspicious infiltrates in left apical lung region..apicolordotic view ...

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a scar on my lungs, specifically fibrocalcific left upper lobe infiltrates. Every time we ll have ... t know if i will believe this. Is it really possible to get scars in the lungs removed?thank u ...

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we re fibrohazed infiltrates in the upper left of the lungs with superior traction with the left hilum and mediastinal shift towards the left. Fibrotic densities on right lung. Other structures ...

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Xray says I have some scarring in left lung base with blunting of diaphragm but no definitive infiltrate or consolidation. CT I had 8 yrs ago showed mild scarring at left lung base so the scarring ...

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lbs in one month and am fatigued. Thank you The lungs are clear. There are no infiltrates or effusions ...Worried about Lung Cancer.. Received the following from Doctor on a front and side view chest X ...

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hi doc. i have a fibrotic koch s lung. and i want to know about that in detail. Is that the disease or is it communicable? because i amtrying to go UAE and beacuse of that imfection i have been given unfit in my medical ...

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Dear Sir, I have been suffering from TB. I have gone through Pre Employment Medical Test Ffor middle east. The medical center had given me UNFIT report due to Spot on Lungs (Fibrotic Shadow) I ...

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infiltration in both lower lobes of my lungs, he has ordered a ct scan of my lungs, and he also told me the last four people that he has seen with this was diagnosed with lung cancer ...

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i just got may x ray result awhile ago and the impression is PTB, right. the Chest PA says minimal infiltrates seen at the right upper lobe.. Heart, great vessels, diaphragm, sulci and bony thorax ...

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doctor1 MD

This is a normal X-ray report

doctor1 MD

Hi It can be infiltration of the lungs either due to any infection either bacterial,fungal,or fluid overload or occupational lung problems. They can be treated accordingly. Consult a pulmonologist for the same. All the best Take care

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HI there thanks for posting your query at HCM Symptoms of lung disease include dyspnea( painful breathing and difficulty in breathing), wheezing (loud breathing), pain in the thorax , grunting, increased or decreased respiratory rate, shallow breathing , difficulty in breathing while lying down. . excessive coughing , excessive sputum production , purulent sputum