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What is perihilar

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doctor1 MD

What is Perihilar bronchovascular prominence with associated bronchial wall thickening? ...

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My toddler son has been diagnosed with Prominent Bilateral Perihilar Markings. What does this mean? ...

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I have a sm slightly lobulated nodule in the left perihilar region 10mm in size ...

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hello, my husband is 40 years old, his chest radio shows minimal perihilar infiltrates probably chronic in nature, he smoke. what does this mean? ...

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hyperaerated with perihilar interstitial prominence lungs without focal consolidation or effusion." "Impression: Hyperaerated lungs with perihilar interstitial prominence without focal infiltrate". What does that mean? ...

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doctor1 MD

hi my husband failed his medical due to the reason of parahilar microcalcification... what does ... that disease,,, plz help me what to do..he really wants to go back to middle east. ...

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and chest bones are very skinny.what to do......please advise ...

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Dear Dr., My fiance is a 30-year-old guy who neither drinks nor smokes. He s suffering from dry cough & chest pain. An x-ray indicated right perihilar infiltrates. What does that mean & what treatment ...

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an ex ray ... The conclusion of the report is ....changes of bilateral bronchitis and perihilar congestion.... Can u pls tell me what that means and the line to treatment ...

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my daughter (turning 4y/o next month) had an xray this morning, it says there are nodular perihilar opacities seen and under impression the radiologist wrote perihilar nodularities pnuemonia vs. koch ...

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My chest x ray result findings a perihilar microcalcification what does it mean dok .. ? I never smoke, im not exposed to any harmfull fumes or chimecals.. But about my work schechdule is frequently ...

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Good day sir,I just need to know what minimal perihilar infilterate mean in a result of a toddler that just went through a chest x-ray and what treatment can be given to such a toddler?And also sighted ...

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My husband had a check exray and the ba ct scan. He s very healthy and no health issues ..... Runs 4-5 miles 65 yrs old .... The ct scan showed left peri hilar soft tissue mass ... Encases small segmental pulmonary arteries ..... He has no...

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Gud Morning Sir, My son is 3 years old and he is suffering from cough, cold, fever. yesterday we have x ray and result is saying right perihilar pneumonitis, i m worried about this frequent problem ...

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-ray for a month old cough . And the result is nonspecific perihilar lymphadanties. Doctor here said its primary complex. What is it? She has been given bcg after birth and her PPD is negative. Yes she is takIng lmontus ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

This is an X-ray finding which could be normal if you where not taking a deep breath in when the Xray was taken or if the radiographer did not use a high enough exposure. It can also signify a chest infection or heart problem.

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I just answered this question - it is found on a chest X-ray where the vessels around the middle of the lung are prominent. It can be normal in certain circumstances.

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This is a nonspecific finding and is simply a radiographic call. Many normal individuals have the same type of chest x-ray report. Significance of that statement should be taken in context with her clinical situation (i.e. why did they get the study) and what are her actual physical findinds (i.e. productive cough, blood in sputum, etc. etc.). My webpage for questions is: bit.ly/drdariushsaghafi