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doctor1 MD

Good evening. During recent Health checkup, Chest X-ray showed Small opacity in left mid lung. CT Scan was done which states - multiple calcified nodules in the bilateral upper and left lower lobes ...

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My chst xay showing bilateral apical plueral thickening both lungs.wat i want to do for that.pls help me

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I have had chest x-rays for pneumonia . Would emphazema show up. When I walk fast or uphill, I feel foggy. Like I might faint if I don't stop. Could that be a sign? I can dance for a hour without too much ...

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my exray results is there is haziness on both lungs and heart is not enlarged, trachea is at the midline, both hemidiaphragms are sharpand distinct , osseous thoracic cage unremarkable, and the conclusion is -bibasal pneumonia iwant to know it pls...

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I went for lung Xrays as I have been smoking for 40 years or more. (extra lights 1mm) results from Xrays. "the heart is not enlarged" "there is a coarse appearance to the bronchovascular markings". What does it mean exactly? and should I stop...

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I ve been taken the CHEST X-Ray medical check, the report is following:\lungfields ae clear of infiltration diaphragm,costophrenic sulci and other visualized osseous structures are unremakable ...

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I just had a chest Xray and the results showed atelectasis in both lung bases, pulmonary vasculature is normal there is no pneumothorax or pleural effusion. I am a 77 year old male who has had a double by-pass 15 years ago and the results say...

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I have Bronchitis, this is my third Bronchitis attack within the span of a year and I went to take a chest xray as recommended by my physician and the results came back stating: Indication: Bronchitis. The cardiac silhouette is not enlarged. There...

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Plain chest x ray report for my father 36 years old complain from pain in left side,report say Left basal thick atekectatic band,otherwise,clear both lung fiekd& costo diaphragmatic recesses No hilar ...

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the findings of my chest x ray is reticular infiltrates are seen in in both inner lung zones, there are some hilar nodularities seen, heart not enlarged, diaphram,sulci and bony thorax are intact ...

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My husband had knee surgery in Jan chest xray was clear, he had another a week ago and the surgeon said there was a spot on his lower left lung and he is going for a ct scan tomorrow, he has been having headaches mri on head was clear, he also has...

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during the Christmas holidays). They gave me pepcid cocktail and I feel fine. They also took a chest X-ray .... If the opacity persists of follow up X-ray imaging, a chest CT is recommended. This has gotten me very worried ...

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the antibiotic augmentin. After the results of Chest X-Ray (Jan. 05) and blood work taken on Jan. 12 was reviewed I was told it I had pneumonia. The X-Ray found ‘’There is left upper lobe opacity concerning ...

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What is your diagnosis if my chest X ray indicates that there are: 1. hazy opacities seen in my paracardiac area; and 2. :the visualized soft tissues and osseous structures are unremarkable ? 3. the general ...

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in my x-ray a single PA view of the chest shows fibronodular densities seen in booth upper of my lung.. and also there is a calcified nodular density seen in my right lower lung... please explain me ...

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doctor1 MD

get a chest x ray

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get a chest x ray

doctor1 MD

Hi,they represent changes in blood vessels and air vessels respectively