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Is vague densities a dangerous disease

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doctor1 MD

had a chest xray showed mild apical disease with vague density and a square density about 1.1cm over right lower lobe which might be calcification should i worry about this, they dont see ...

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hemidiaphragm, present on the earlier study from December 10, 2014. There is a vague infiltrate in the right ... are similar to what is seen on the earlier study. There is mildly increased stranding density in the left lung ...

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x XXXXXXX shows a questionable vague area of irregular density adjacent to the left cardiac border measuring 1.8 X 1.7 cm. Possible overlapping shadows. CT scan needed. After reading a lot on line, I believe ...

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Is mild fibrocystic disease dangerous to health? The cyst in the breast is increasing day to day. What can I do now? ...

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Hello during a head CT the found out I have a soft tissue density in the posterior aspect of the naso pharynx,,,, is it dangerous? ...

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Is vague densities is a scary disease?, i dont smoke, i lost weight already, my right upper lobe is the problem, pls advice me more dr., tnx. ...

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Is vague densities is a scary disease?, i dont smoke, i lost weight already, my right upper lobe is the problem, pls advice me more dr., tnx. ...

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Hi I am a 21 year old call center agent who had been a year and a half on a graveyard shift at work. My x-ray obtained last july gave vague densities at the apex of both my lungs. The company doctor ...

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The result of the xray ...there are vague densities at the right upper lobe.rest of the lung fields .... Conclusion Vague densities at the right upper lobe..suggest apicolordotic view...... What does it mean? Help ...

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Hi, Dr., pls advice me I have a chest PA x-ray. the result is vague densities at the right upper lobe. Suggest apicolordotic view, please help to get my worries, thanks and more power. ...

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MY X-RAY RESULT IS HAZY AND STREAKY DENSITIES ARE SEEN IN BOTH UPPER LUNG FIELDS WITH THICK WALLED LUCENCIES NOTED INTERSPERSED IN THE RIGHT. THE REST OF THE LUNG FIELDS ARE CLEAR. THE RIGHT COSTOPHRENIC ...

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Good Day, I just got from the hospital. I was told that my son was diagnose with cerebral atrophy. I need to know what are the effects of this condition on my 10 month old son. He weighs 12 kgs and is on the 95th percentile in height for his age....

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how dangerous is leukoplakia? I have recently been examined by a resident ENT and she said I am fine, just watch for pain, redness or enlargement of the area. That was last week. Now, I have ...

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No evidence of fracture or dislocation. Tiny vague calcific densities within the medial malleolus which are only identified on the oblique view, which could represent tiny loose bodies. However ...

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cortical white matter representing microvascular ischemic white matter disease. Few scattered nonspecific foci of T2 prolongation in the white most like representing microvascular ischemic white matter disease ...

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doctor1 MD

Welcome to HCM The question is rather vague! This term is commonly used in interpretation of chest X-ray / there is a suggestive finding, that could not be concluded… overshadowing by muscle, infection and so on. Need to correlate with clinical picture. At times, CT chest is necessary for further assessment and assistance Regards

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Hi, I read your query and I understand your concerns. Following is my reply: 1) Extenze is not an approved drug for the purpose you are using. 2) It is better to avoid especially in you as you already have PCKD Let me know if you have anymore questions. Regards, Dr. Mahesh Koregol