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Pleural Fluid Aspiration
Pleural effusion detected in xray. Aspiration done. Pleural fluid tested on cytology and myobacterium culture done. All negative-no growth. Pain severe in chest and back. Amylase:47 ada:72 glucose:200?
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Can you give me advice.i suffered pleural effusion with sepate fluid, breathing problem even after aspiration.?
Diagnosis...: First, you need to have the pleural fluid diagnosed. If you had the fluid aspirated, they likely sent the fluid for all kinds of tests, including cultures (bacterial, fungal, viral, etc.), TB, cytology, etc. You will also find out the type of fluid (transudate or exudate). The results of these tests will help determine why this fluid is there so that the proper treatment can be rendered. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How risky is 5mm dia pleural effusion in left lung in m31 asthma patient n not enuff free fluid for aspiration for lab tests. wt next now? SOB fever
Suggest a CT: scan of the chest but your primary care doctor has to be involved. Best wishes. ...Read more
Asthma patient m 31 pleural effusion in left lung but radiologist says not enuff free fluid for aspiration fever SOB occasional sweating. what is it?
Possible infection: Pleural effusion is reaction to inflammation either in lung, chest wall or possibly something under left side of diaphragm Must rule out bacterial or fungal causes as well as viral. Should see pulmonologist if symptoms persist or worsen and may need blood and skin testing as well as sputum analysis. ...Read more
Im suffering with cough n from my pleural fluid analysis
total proteins : 5.60gms%
ada levels: 92 units/l
cell type :l70%, h 30% what dose it mean
Xray shows pleural effusion but radiologist doesnot attempt aspiration with remarks that it is multispace mild effusion 5mm dia what can be it??
Some times no need: pleural effusions don't have to be aspirated especially with out symptoms , like your multi loculated ones attempt may even introduce infection . You have to find what caused and treat the cause. TB is prevalent your part , I am sure your doctor already ruled out tuberculosis and go follow up care. ...Read more
Pleural effusion cp angle x ray left lung hosp taking long time in tests n dates for pleural aspiration em fed up will delay make disease more severe?
Yes and No: Delay up to one week acceptable. Any longer get a second opinion and another MD ...Read more
I often feel fluid /mucus [in tthoat]is going in my lungs, what are the possible causes of regular aspiration, ?
Regular aspiration. : Anatomic abnormalities can cause this. Good idea to have this evaluated with a nasopharyngoscope. ...Read more
Fluid on my knee from 4 week ago injury. Do not want an aspiration. Anything i can do to help? I've tried nsaid's and elevation. Not helping.
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