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Does having pleural effusion and atelectasis mean you have pneumonia still? Supposedly my pneumonia showed clearing on March 6. Please assist
Atelectasis (from greek: ἀτελής, "incomplete" + ἔκτασις, "extension") is defined as the collapse or closure of the lung resulting in reduced or absent gas exchange. It may affect part or all of one lung. It is a condition where the alveoli are deflated, as distinct from pulmonary consolidation. It is a very common finding in chest xrays which needs to be interpreted in the ...Read more
Had pneumonia 7 weeks ago. Have small pleural effusion atelectasis in right now. Feel tired, run down. What do I do?
Is there any specific position to sleep when you have pleural effusion and atelectasis post pneumonia?
Blood Tested negative for risk of PE. Have pleural effusion and atelectasis now upper left chest started burning sensation. Worry?
Does pleural effusion and atelectasis post pneumonia (6 weeks ago) make you feel run down? Weak and tired?
Here are some ...: The process of suffering from pneumonia and its Rx may take a lot of wind out of the patients; its pace of recovery may widely vary. All we can do is work closely with Doc to modify your internal and external environments so to optimize functional recovery with your own residual strength with healthy lifestyle without overindulgence & obsession in addition to drug use; give time & patience as well ...Read more
March 2 left lobar pneumonia. Right had small fluid. Ct scan yesterday showed clear left and small pleural effusion and atelectasis on right. What now?
Status Quo: Continue present course of treatment prescribed by you doctor. ...Read more
Pneumonia lower left, fluid right March 4. Xray tues show left white and right. Ct scan wed showed left clear right pleural effusion & atelectasis. ?
Here are some ...: For an average 34-y-o female, you seemed getting a lot of radiation more than the necessity which most likely could be taken care of by good Hx + physical exam + effective counseling + collaborative F/U. Nonetheless, work closely with Doc. Besides, today's medical care has been under high pressure of political correctness, consumerism, & commercialism. Keeping these in mind will help the future. ...Read more
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