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What are the findings from the chest x ray

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Dr. Shashi Dangwal MD

about the interstital markings on the chest X-ray? Would they have shown up on the CT scan wondering why ... back "hyperaerated lungs with mild increased interstitial markings." I never did find out...

Dr. Satyadeo Choubey MD

Hi, im 31 years old and heavy smoker..i just had my chest xray results memtioning the following: Prominemt hilar shadows more to the left with mild bilateral hilar congestion and with accentuation of lung markings more at...

Dr. Kaushal Bhavsar MD

I have had a cough and my internal medicine physician ordered chest x-rays. Below is the report. My question revolves around the finding of mild multi-focal sub-segmental atelectasis 1. What...

Dr. Kaushal Bhavsar MD

xray it has following findings -1- prominant bronchovascular markings are seen in both lung field. 2- both hilar show few calcified foci. What does it all mean ? Does everything fine in my case. Please ...

Dr. Kaushal Bhavsar MD

I just had a chest X-ray as part of my respirator mask assessment/clearance. In the findings ... in the right lower lung field." What does this mean and should I be worried about it? ...

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Dr. Veera Raghava Rao Buddha. MD

atelectasis in both lungs. I am going to show these results of the Xray to my Dr tomorrow. What is my major concern as I am a little worried at these findings(because I dont know what they are) ...

Dr. Indu Kumar MD

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 ...

Dr. Vivek Chail MD

I have a question about the findings of Chest X Ray of my sister in law ,just taken recently ... are seen. What is your impression Doctor XXXXXX your answer to this query is highly...

Dr.  Indu Kumar MD

Male. Age 59. 6 foot 7 inches. 215 lbs. Chest x-ray states Hyperexpanded lungs with mild chronic ... fields and costophrenic angles are clear. Pulmonary vasculature is normal in appearance. What does ...

Dr. Akhtarhusian GHAUSI MD

my chest x ray findings: there is haziness noted in the right upper lung. the pulmonary vascular markings are normal. trachea is in the midline. superior mediastinum is not widened. heart is not...

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Dr. Rishi MD

It simply means that the vessels that carry blood to and from your lungs are slightly prominent. Nothing to worry about its a near normal finding on Chest Radiographs(X Rays). Take care.

Dr.   Abhay A Mali MD

It means some abnormal shadow on xray which may or may not be pathological. That finding need to be confirmed by some other imaging modality depending on your symptoms. Hope this helps you, if so hit thanks.

Dr.  Satvinder Bakshi MD

what exactly is the x ray being taken for? thanks