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What is prominent broncho vascular markings

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My three yr old son' x-ray report says: Broncho vascular markings are prominent. Small right sided peri hilar opacities are seen. What does this mean ?? How serious is this situation?? BTW he has ...

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I just had my p/a X-Ray done. The findings are: bilateral hilar prominence and broncho-vascular markings are prominent. I have NO symptoms like cough , cold , and am active. The only instance I had ...

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hello, I just had an X-ray of my chest. it says that " Bilateral hilar congestion with prominent broncho vascular markings- Bronchitis". I'm suffering from cough for last 5 days. I had fever for 4 days ...

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2. Prominent bronchovascular markings seen bilaterally 3. Costrophrenic angles are clear 4. Heart Shadow is normal 5.Hilar and mediastinal contours normal 6.Bony thorax is normal What does one do about ...

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My daughter age 10 years chest X-ray report come "PROMINENT BRONCHO-VASULAR MARKINGS IN BOTH LUNG FIELDS-FOR CLINICAL CORRELATION LEFT HILAR ADENOPATHY". Please advise if this is XXXXXXX Thanking you ...

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suggested the alergic cough. upon getting xray done of chest pa findings are broncho-vascular markings are prominent. What is its meaning? pl. guide what should be the course of action now? ...

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I just had my p/a X-ray done. The findings are BILATERAL HILA APPEAR PROMINENT WITH INCREASED BRONCHO VASCULAR MARKINGS IN BOTH THE SIDES. I have a symptoms like cold, cough, sometimes fever ...

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Hello Doctor, My Son is 3 Yrs old. His chest X ray examination shows Prominent Bronchovascular markings are seen in both lungfields. He is having the cough problem since last 15 days. Please suggest ...

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Hi, my xray report showing prominent broncho vascular markings. I used to smoke earlier but last I quit 6 months back. is smoking is the reason for this markings. how can I cure this. how the markings ...

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, i did the x ray the impression in x ray report : MILD PROMINENCE OF BILATERAL BRONCHO-VASCULAR MARKINGS what is the problem can you suggest me sir, ...

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In the X-ray it is mentioned as bilateral prominent bronchovascular markings. Please advise if this is dangerous ...

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Dear Doctor, I just got my xray chest pa view report which states: 1) Prominent Broncho Vascular Markings 2) Bilateral hilar radopacity/lymphadenopathy. Could you please help me in understanding what does ...

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are broncho-vascular markings are prominent. What is its meaning? pl. guide what should be the course ...

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I ve just got my e-ray reports & it s stated: as remarks_______ MILDLY PROMINENT BRONCHO-VASCULAR MARKINS REMARKS: TO RULE OUT NON-SPECIFIC BRONCHITIS PLEASE CORRELATE CLINICALLY... BUT I WAS GIVEN ...

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hello, I just had an X-ray of my chest. it says that Bilateral hilar congestion with prominent broncho vascular markings- Bronchitis . I m suffering from cough for last 60 days. now i am under ...

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doctor1 MD

Prominent vascular markings can be very normal on x-ray. But they can also point to an infection or pulmonary hypertension. It all depends on WHY the x-ray was done and the circumstances under which it was ordered (what symptoms have you been suffering from)

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

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Hi This is commonly seen in bronchitis and pneumonia. These are enlarged secondary to the inflamed bronchi in the lungs. Regards