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Lung Fields Show Prominent Vascular Markings
The bronco vascular markings apeear prominent with right hilar prominence what does it means is it curable? I m feeling pain in my chest.
X-ray: You give a description of nonspecific findings on a chest X-ray. Your concerns are best discussed with your Doctor who has more information about you. ...Read more
Deoxygenated blood enters the lungs from the right side of the heart and travels to the lungs. When you inspire, oxygen flows into the lungs, transverses the capilliares and attaches to hemoglobin down a gradient. At the same time, co2 diffuses into the capilaries and is expelled with exhalation. Oxygen rich blood then flows to the left side of the heart and into the ...Read more
Minimal haziness noted in the right lung base which may represent pneumonitis or just overlapping vascular markings. What does it mean?
Pulmonary infiltrate: This is radiologist language. It generally means that there is a minimal shadow in that area of the lung and that the examiner cannot be sure if it is abnormal or not, and so he refers it back to the doctor who ordered it in order that it be placed in clinical context of your symptoms and other findings. ...Read more
Lungs takes involuntary sudden breath why? I'm asthmatic and possibly vascular diease problems. Is all associated together?
If a had 1st attack in nov 2011 2nd in may 2012. Now a has cardiomegaly, vascular conjestion & lungs with water. Is any byepass possible?
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Yes for some lung dz: Any condition that causes pulmonary hypertension (emphysema/copd, sleep apnea, fibrosis, scleroderma, etc) can lead to cor pulmonale (right-heart failure) which stagnates venous flow and cause liver problems. Cancer or infection of the lung can sometimes lead to dic, a life-threatening condition in which clots block small blood vessels all over the body. ...Read more
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What will happen if cardiomegaly, vascular conjestion& lungs filled with water are treated by a doctor of medicine? Will patient survive? (after2attaks)
My mothers dengue test was negative. She died due to effect of fever on her heart lungs vascular damage. Why?
Does cardiomegaly, vascular congestion and lungs filled with water cause death my mother died because of these?
My mother was suffering from dengue. Her platelates had come upto 5000. She had cardiomegaly and vascular congestion. Her lungs were filled with fluid?
I'm having pain in my chest for about 3-4 months. My x-ray reveals bilateral mild increased vascular markings. What Should I do? Wat sort of infection it
Mild vascular marks: Please discuss with your Dr. Not an infection probably. ...Read more
Can middle chest pain when pressed be due to anything pertaining vascular disorder due to connective tissue disease?
I have severe cough, my chest xray revieled bilateral accentuated broncho vascular markings with peribronchial thickening and BV thikening?
Iv have micro vascular dysfunction & have angina I keep getting pain to the right of my chest it comes & goes & lasts a few secs is this normal?
No: Pain in the chest is never normal. Whether the pain is significant is the more important question. You state that you have Angina so I assume that there is a different type of thing that you're having. Pain in the right side of the chest is atypical for angina. Pain lasting for just a few seconds in the chest is rarely significant. So your pain is not normal but probably not significant. That said, you should consult your physician. ...Read more
Iv got micro vascular dysfunction & angina I keep getting little pains in the right side of my chest that come & go lastin a few secs is this normal?
Micro vascular dysfx: You may have dysautonomia which is associated with micro vascular dysfunction - neither are usually life threatening but both cause patients anxiety about their symptoms. Read dr. Richard hoffman's book on mvp on amazon. Com. Increase fluid intake, try magnesium and omega fish oil supplements. ...Read more
Implications of circular opacity in the left mid zone, vascular, as reported in the chest X-ray report.?
I have EDS & being tested for vascular EDS. I had a recent ECG showing inverted t-wave in v2&v3. I'm 30y/old. I have frequent chest stabbing pain & palpitations & fainting for 8 years+. Does my ECG point towards V-EDS? Should I be concerned?
Ehlers Danlos: The answer to your question requires an evaluation, physical exam, and testing. A chest xray can be helpful, but a CT-scan of the chest is more sensitive. The ECG is helpful but not diagnostic. If you have an Aortic aneurysm, that is serious and mandates treatment. Please do complete the testing recommended by your doctors. Good luck. ...Read more
My chest xray accentuated broncho-pulmonary vascular markings at para cardiac region for clinical correlation what is that mean??
In this age, likely x ray technique or reader overcall. Bronchial thickening can be acute (allergic or infectious bronchitis, poss. asthma) or chronic (a component of COPD (really doubt under 30 yo)). Vessels can be prominent due to heart failure (usu. Upper lung, in aged). > vessels on the rt.? pectus, AKA pigeon chest.
? prior films and mostly clinical assessment w/ Pulmonary or Internal Med. ...Read more
Not definitive: Ecg can be completely normal unless you had a previous infarct or are currently having an acute coronary syndrome. There are signs suggesting ischemic heart disease but they re not definitive. A stress test is the next line of testing followed by cardiac catheterization which is truly definitive. ...Read more
Mum was diagnosed with thrombosis partialis v.subclaviae sin st. Post mastectomiam in chest by vascular surgeon, prescribed clexane. Is this dangerous?
The drug or the Dx?: Wish your mother and yourself the best of health, I didn't get exactly your concern: the diagnosis is complex, and hopefully she'll be cured, the clexane is an anticoagulant (blood thinner) that's given to patients who have had thrombosis or to prevent formation of other ones. Again wish you all wellness ...Read more
Tingly feeling on left side of neck down to chest &left arm feels weaker. However right arm is always colder than left. Is it Vascular thoracic outlet?
Odd symptoms: You need a detailed history and physical examination to make headway ...Read more
Cause string/cord feeling after 30 mins of exercise in legs bilateral? Chest pains sometimes too. Dizziness, nausea. Vascular? Neurology? Pulmonology
Primary Care: Start any workup with your primary care physician. My concern is the chest pain. I would start with a good stress test or other screening cardiac workup (EKG, stress echo, and calcium score, maybe), then rule out peripheral vascular problems, then check nerve function. This would be more efficient after a proper exam, though. See your doctor... ...Read more
Could I have micro vascular angina? I'm 25 and when stressed or sometimes resting I have pain chest, left arm, jaw and neck and back. Can last all day
Not angina: Chest pain that lasts over 30 minutes and is not a heart attack: is NOT coming from the heart. The operative word is "stressed" and that is where you at age 25, should concentrate. Be sure this is not anxiety reaction or panic attack that can be as life changing and serious as a heart attack. Get help. Good luck. ...Read more
Chest xray for my broke rib, radiologist stated my heart size was at the upper side of normal & that there was vascular & granulatomous calcifications?
Please help chest pain overnight and all day im getting nervous over it is it vascular? I reel like having heart attack. Normal 2decho, ecg, stress test
You did the right: Thing by excluding the serious condition that can endanger your life. The next step is to exclude other non cardiac causes of chest pain including acid reflux disease and anxiety disorder like panic attack. Talk to your pcp and he may help you or refer you to psychiatrist. Good luck. ...Read more
Ache between shoulder blades. Have ehlers danlos. Test negative for vascular. I've had this pain before with neg chest ct. Any worry of aorta or not?
If cta negative- no: As long as you get the appropriate diagnostic test like an arterial phase CT of the chest, it's unlikely the aorta as that is a pretty sensitive test. ...Read more
Dizziness with neck pain followed by mild sharp left chest pain. My heart is normal according to EKG, ECG, blood test, stress test, and echcardiogram. Possible vascular or nerve problem?
Either: A follow up with your cardiologist and neurologist should better understand the cause. ...Read more
How do they test for any vascular problems? I have low BP and irregular heart beat and chest pain and pain thru my leg. Limbs feel numb a lot.
PAD evaluated: By a good history and physical, diagnostic testing like ankle-brachial index (ratio of lower extremity to upper extremity systolic pressure), noninvasive angiography. Abi of less than 0.9 establish the diagnosis. After diagnosis done delineation of the disease very important with other test. Why you have irregular hear rate? If the stress test negative? See your doctor to start a good assessment. ...Read more
Can it be normal to have very visible veins on arms, legs, and chest/breast even at 35? I'm pale and very thin. Petrified of vascular ehlers-danlos.
Veins can be seen: If you are pale and thin, you would be a typical person where veins could be seen in the areas you described and can occur even before age 35. If you are 35 and Ehlers Danlos has never been brought up to you previously by a medical professional there is less chance you have the condition. To relax further see your primary care or a rheumatologist. Good luck ...Read more
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