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Lymph Nodes Chest X Ray
Yes: yes it will if done with IV contrast ...Read more
A chest x-ray is the basic radiographic study for evaluation of the heart and lungs. It usually consists of 2 views: postero-anterior and lateral. The image is now usually acquired digitally with the sensor placed against the front of the chest for the pa view and on the left side of the chest for the lateral view. Pneumonia, heart enlargement, CHF and many other ...Read more
Nodes near clavicle: Lymph nodes are not located in clavicle.Clavicle is the collar bone. Lymph nodes reside superior and inferior to clavicle. If these are enlarged sometimes a soft tissue show may be evident on chest radiograph. Ultrasound or CT would be much more accurate in identifying enlarged lymph nodes. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Chest CT scan shows "nonspecific subcentimeter mediastinal and right hilar lymph nodes" should this be repeated?
Depends: Depends on your symptoms. If hilar adenopathy is suspected, a CT scan with contrast is indicated. If CHF is suspected, a BNP (blood sample) would be helpful. Regardless, an echocardiogram is indicated to evaluate cardiomegaly (an enlarged heart shadow). Other tests may also be necessary depending on the situation. ...Read more
Enlarged lymphnodes in armpits. Tumour in breastbone. Cough, weightloss, fatigue. Normal ct Scan of lungs, abdomen. Normal x ray of breast.
Biopsy lymph node : How's your physician considered biopsying one in the lymph nodes to see what it shows ...Read more
Lymph nodes neck & chest enlarged over last year, antibiotics x4, now pain under left rib cage/ shoulder on insp, dyspnea. Ct show splenic lesions?
Presented w/ chest pain and shortness of breath. Ct w/ contrast showed enlarged non-specific mediastinal & axillary lymph nodes. Should I have biopsy?
Many cases, not all: Lymphoma (Hodgkins and non Hodgkins) can manifest itself in chest by involving lymph nodes in mediastinum. Not all patients with lymphoma have chest involvement. Sometimes nasopharynx, neck, bone, spleen etc can be involved without inclusion of chest. There are usually accompanying symptoms such as swelling, fevers, chills,unexplained weight loss, night sweats and lack of energy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Swelling in left neck & above clavicle, fatigue, pain/aches, CT scan shows inflamed lymph nodes and lungs pushing down diaphragm. Recent MRSA exposure?
Multiple enlarged mediastinal, subcarinal, hilar and abdominal lymph nodes on CT scan.4.5mm lesion on spleen. Spleen 12.5cm.any cause for concern?
Chest pain with deep breath. Enlargd rght neck lymph node. Gingvitis. Fever 37, xrays ok, blood tests ok. Swollen bone right chest. I work o heavy load?
Why the concern?: Chest pain on deep inspiration only is almost certainly chest wall pain and is no concern. All young men have at least one enlarged neck lymph node. A temperature of 37c isn't a fever. Different people have different-shaped bones on their chests. Your dentist can advise you about your gum disease; i'd urge you simply to be grateful for good health and to continue enjoying your youth. ...Read more
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