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Dr. Arun Prasad

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Pulmonary oedema signs

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Dr. Shashi Dangwal MD

(1) If a patient has pulmonary oedema but hypostatic pneumonia is suspected then can an X-ray give a reliable diagnosis? (2) If so, how? Is there an additional standard diagnostic test that can be used ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Shashi Dangwal ( Pulmonologist)
Dr. Indranil Ghosh MD

What is the medical significance of a 0.5 level of myelocytes? Is it consistent with sepsis or a myeloproliferative disorder ,or does it lack significance in isolation? Pt. also has COPD, pulmonary oedema ,... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Indranil Ghosh ( Oncologist)
Dr.  Meher Lakshmi Konatam MD

I would like to know whether a geriatric patient with overlap myeloproliferative/myelodysplasticity disorder; monoclonal B-cell lymphocytosis; COPD; pulmonary oedema; and CCF is likely to be terminal ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Meher Lakshmi Konatam ( Oncologist)
Dr.  P. C. Singh MD

We would like to know whether a geriatric male with overlap myeloproliferative/myelodysplasticity disorder; monoclonal B-cell lymphocytosis; COPD; pulmonary oedema; and CCF is now likely to be terminal ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. P. C. Singh ( Geriatics Specialist)
Dr. Robert Galamaga MD

Medical History of 90 year-old male: diabetes 2; chronic heart failure; COPD; recent occurrence of pneumonia and pulmonary oedema; overlap myelodysplasticity/ myeloproliferative disorder (3 years). Current ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Robert Galamaga ( Hematologist)

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Dr. Pavan Kumar Gupta MD

Hello, This indicates severe pulmonary oedema which requires more dose of water pills.It is better to get her evaluated by a cardiologist for proper management. Thanks