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Mild Prominence Of Bronchovascular Markings
Prominence Of Bilateral Perihilar Bronchovascular Markings is noted... please say what does this mean in common wods?
X-RAY FINDINGS: The hilum is an area of the lung where the breathing tubes, blood vessels, & many lymph nodes all come together. Findings could represent acute infection like pneumonia, inflammation, malignancy, chronic conditions, or nothing at all. I would certainly follow up promptly with the person who ordered the x-ray for an explanation of possibilities in the context of your current medical history. ...Read more
My chest X-ray came back and says mild accentuation of the central bronchovascular markings with evidence of cephalization or edema......Translation?
ESR 52, Eosinophils 0.40, hamo 11.10, MCHC 30.80, MCH 25.10, PCV 35.90. fever 99.6, mild enlarged ovary, bronchovascular markings, hypothyroid?
Not the forum: Not enough info, that said, sounds like you should follow up w/the doc who ordered all these tests. Good Luck ...Read more
What does increased bilateral perihilar and paracardiac bronchovascular markings and right apears to be more affected mean?
Sometimes: Calcifications are readily seen on chest radiograph particularly if several millimeters in diameter. Major bronchi can be seen. Smaller bronchi become evident when walls thicken secondary to coughing, viral infection, or smoking. Vascular markngs are normally seen because veins and arteries contain blood. Vascular markings can increase in infection, heart failure, and with congenital heart disease ...Read more
Today I got my pa view of Chest. Everything is clear n normal but there is prominent bronchovascular marking seen in both lungs. So what does it mean an?
Need more info.: This finding needs clarification, which we can certainly address via consultation. Are you having any symptoms - shortness of breath, chest pains, cough? Do you smoke cigarettes? Why was the chest Xray done in the first place? Any medical history - lungs, heart, kidneys? ...Read more
High Esr 52 having Temp 99.6, weakness, bilateral prominent bronchovascular marking seen but no cough & cold low eosinophils 0.40 in DLC?
Chronic inflammation: These data are insufficient to make a meaningful interpretation. Possibilities include a chronic infection/inflammation including tuberculosis or deep fungal infection as well as a hidden malignancy. To sort things out you need a complete blood count and other tests/exams. ...Read more
My Chest x-ray shows increased and thickened bronchovascular markings in both lower zones and an elevated ESR of 35. All other fields are normal.?
Xray result..: Hello ~ do you now or have you in the past smoked cigarettes? All that means is that there are signs of mild inflammation in and around the tiny bronchioles deep down in the lung at the bases. Smoking is the commonest cause. It can also occur when you have active bronchitis secondary to viral infection, so sometimes can be seen during a bout of bronchitis. To treat of not depends on severity. ...Read more
What does accentuated Bronchovascular Markings - central mediastinum - clear costophrenic sinsues means in chest X-ray report?
Many different thing: Those markings at the biotin of the chest often represent blood vessels. When they are larger or better seen they could be due to bronchitis or early pneumonia amount others. Depends on why you had the chest X-ray in the first place. And these markings can be prominent in those who smoke. So talk to your doctor and see if they are related to anything they were looking for ...Read more
Female age 26, cold and kuff, joint pain, gastic, both lungs shows increased bronchovascular markings medicine- was taking e-cef 200 then taking augmed -625?
What are you?: What is your specific question? . Finish all medicine. ...Read more
Chest XRay show triangular density mostly due to overlap bronchovascular tree Normal? No symptoms I did it to see if there are enlargement lymph nodes
Should recheck it: Since you are young and asymptomatic, you can have your chest X-Ray repeated in one year. If this shadow changes in size, then a CT scan of the chest is the best test to see it better and obtain its size. Most likely it is nothing of consequence unless you have associated symptoms. ...Read more
Talk with your doc!: I believe you are referring to the common bile duct in the abdomen. This duct (tube) joins the hepatic duct from the liver and the cystic duct from the gall bladder. The common duct is sometimes obstructed by gallstones, making it wider as bile tries to pass by the obstruction. But don't believe MY interpretation! This is far too important to second guess. Ask your doctor. ...Read more
Mri states mild prominence of cortical sulci, advance for my age (35 female). Should I have something to worry?
None: The reading of prominence of sulci or gyri atrophy is dependent on readers. In my practice, I have never known it to correlate with the development of dementia. Keep stimulating your mind, keep living a good and happy life, and that's what should count. There was no specific finding so no need to worry. ...Read more
Slight prominence of cerebral gyri & sulci noted. May represent mild atrophy. Age 45. Is that normal?
"Normal"?: I assume you're reading from a brain CT or MRI report. You didn't just wander into an imaging center & make an impulse purchase. Right? Your Dr ordered the scan for a reason. The scan isn't the patient, YOU are. The ordering Dr who knows you is obligated to interpret the scan as "normal" or not IN YOUR CASE, as part of your overall clinical picture; or, if (s)he can't, to find someone who can. ...Read more
I had an abdominal CT scan for stomach pain. The results showed that my lung bases demonstrate mild prominence of the pulmonary markings. Meaning?
Ancillary finding: "Mild prominence of the pulmonary markings" is liking referring to the lung parenchyma. This can be inflammation or scarring. A common cause of parenchymal or interstitial thickening is aspiration of acid stomach contents in patients with reflux that typically occurs at night. The report may also be referring to atelectasis - closed areas of the lungs not in use due to shallow breathing. ...Read more
Adenoid: Absolutely nothing. Adenoids are normal tissue and you have some residual tissue in the nasopharynx. Merely an incidental observation your ENT made during your nasopharyngeal exam. ...Read more
In a child, what could "some prominence of the frontotemporal extraaxial spaces" indicate on mri? Mild devel delay, & motor delays. Possible cdg
Cerebral atrophy: Sounds as if they are describing widening of the fluid spaces around the brain. This is usually the result of shrinkage or failure of growth of the brain tissues. ...Read more
Mild prominence of cortical sulci at the top of the calvarium reflecting minor involutional change. MR brain without constrast otherwise unremarkable.
MRI Result: This as with all tests should be evaluated by the ordering physician who has the patients history, exam findings and reasons for ordering the study in hand. This allows appropriate interpretation of the study. ...Read more
Hi I recently had a kidney ultrasound and the result was that there is mild prominence of calyces in the right kidney suspicioua for mild hydronepheos?
What does mild perihilar interstitial prominence mean on a 16 month old follow up X-ray for pneumonia?
Infiltrates: This is is a non-specific term used for viral infection of the lungs and can stay like this for 2-6 weeks ...Read more
Hida Scan - delayed transit -10 mins (Pain, walked after 1 hr, then resumed scan);MRCP-Mild prominence of PD;US-Distal CBD 7.7mm. Sphincter of oddi???
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X ray showed: biapical pleural thickening, perihilar interstitial prominence and mild hyperaeration. What does this mean?
Pleural thickening.: It means you need to discuss with your Tx dr. ...Read more
Mild prominence on collection system on right with although no visualized ureteric calculus. These are my CT scan results. I have pain in my lower ab?
Here are some. ..: Mild prominent right collecting system as reported may mean 3 conditions: 1. a degree of normal variation without any clinical significance as long as being comfortable or 2. just after recent stone passage usually after a period of severe pain with a sudden relief of pain, or 3. the stone was small ( ...Read more
I am 35 yr old female with mild ddd, bulging disc in C3 C4 c6, C7 and prominence cortical sulci. Is there treatment for the pain?
Ventricular system and extra ventricular CSF spaces show mild prominence, suggestive of mild cerebral atrophy. Patient can't walk. Age 26 years male.?
Reading medical records and came across " mild perihilar atelectasis" this was from a X-ray. Ct showed mild prominence in anterior mediastinum?
Likely benign: Atelectasis is under inflation of lung tissue usually due to not taking a big breath. Perihilar means around the root of the lung where the large airways and blood vessels are. Mediastinum is the "middle space" between the two cavities where the lungs are. This space is occupied but the thymus gland, heart, great vessels, airways and esophagus: from front to back. Discuss findings with your doctor ...Read more
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