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Inflammatory opacities left paracardiac region

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Dr.  Deepak Sundriyal MD

Ray report shows "Inhomogeneous opacities noted in the parahilar and paracardiac reagions. Bilaterally inflammatory". What it means. Is it cancer ? What is the treatment ? ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Deepak Sundriyal ( Oncologist)
Dr. Ganesh Sanap MD

what does non specific lung opacities in right paracardiac region, and left lower zone ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Ganesh Sanap ( Radiologist)
Dr. Kaushal Bhavsar MD

Would like to know what irreular opacity noted in the left perihilar and paracardiac regions mean in a patient 89 years old, had a bypass ninetten years back and is having parkinsons now. ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Kaushal Bhavsar ( Pulmonologist)
Dr. Kaushal Bhavsar MD

Early consolidation noted in right paracardiac region ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Kaushal Bhavsar ( Pulmonologist)
Dr.  Indu Kumar MD

Hi, My chest X ray report says, few patchy opacities in LLZ and Left perihilar region. What does this mean, is this a symptom of cancer? I quit smoking long back ... View answer

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Dr. Indu Kumar MD

paracardiac region. There is also fullness of the left perihilar region. The rest of the lung fields are clear ... of the Left Perihilar Region may relate to Focal... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Indu Kumar ( Radiologist)
Dr.  Indu Kumar MD

i just got my xray reports and it stated few well defined predominant linear opacities are seen in right midzone. Tiny calcific opacities are seen in right para cardiac region. Iv had tubrculosis... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Indu Kumar ( Radiologist)
Dr. Fazeelath Ali Khan MD

i just got my daughter s chest xray done which says she have paracardiac opacity in right paracardiac region she is suffering from cough without any chest pain for last 1 month, im also... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Fazeelath Ali Khan ( Pediatrician)
Dr. Varinder Joshi MD

structures are unremarkable,,, CONCLUSION : CONSIDER AN INFLAMMATORY PROCESS IN THE RIGHT PARACARDIAC REGION ... paracardiac region , heart is not enlarged, aorta and pulmonary vascular... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Varinder Joshi ( General & Family Physician)
Dr.     Jnikolla MD

Hi, my one year old son s x-ray showed doubtful patchy opacities in the lower right paracardial region and left perihilar region. He gets fever very often that shoot s up to 102F in no time.... View answer

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Dr.    Mohammed Taher Ali MD

Hi Kambo Th Such x ray findings could be due to infection, thickening of lung parenchyma, or inflammation of the lymphnodes, etc. If your daughter is asymptomatic you need not worry, but if she is experiencing symptoms...

Dr.  Shafi Ullah Khan MD

well granulomas are of different etiologies, could be a tuberculosis, toxoplasmosis, or sarcoidosis or abscesses leading to gramulomatous inflammations. Do a CSF analysis for assessing , regular follow Intracranial...

Dr. Matin Ahmad Khan MD

It is called ill defined (not clearly defined) opacity and pnemaonitis is another finding p