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Pulmonary Vascular Cephalization
Usually from CHF: Vascular congestion or pulmonary edema is usually the result of a cardiac problem call congestive heart failure (chf). The left side of the heart can not keep up with the right, so blood stagnates in the lungs. This causes shortness of breath, inability to lie flat, and sometimes white frothy sputum. ...Read more
I have pulmonary vascular congestion along with an enlarged heart. Is this something dangerous as one doc said it was nothing?
Pulmonary congestion and cardiomegaly (if you truly have them) may represent signs of early heart failure but you do not say if you have shortness of breath or any other symptoms.
Nothing wrong to get a second opinion from a cardiologist that you trust and follow his lead.
Do not be afraid of asking questions!
you should be allright. ...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
My mother has ovarian cancer, c. diff., pulmonary vascular congestion, bibasilar pleural effusions and cardiomegaly. Is prognosis days, weeks, etc.?
Poor, but...: Clinically & obviously, sorry to say your mom's life expectancy would be not long, but how long specifically is beyond someone online can suggest. In fact, asking her attending doc would be most decent to get pertinent answer since s/he know more about her than anyone online. Best... ...Read more
To accomodate increa: To accommodate an increased volume of blood and prevent increased pulmonary capillary pressures that would cause fluid to go from the capillaries into the lungs and cause congestive heart. ...Read more
ER visit for breathing issues and edema. Chf and copd patient. Gained 40lbs in 2wks, Fluid blisters. Er said he was fine and sent home. He died 2.5 days later. Er record showed he had enlarged heart and pulmonary vascular congestion. What happened?
I am sorry to: Hear of this loss. I think that this issue will require a complete review of records, studies & possibly autopsy to obtain a good understanding. Unknown doctors providing general medical education on-line just would not be able to do this issue justice. Take care. ...Read more
Less blood in PA: If the is decrease blood flow into pulmonary artery pa or any of it's branches then there will be decrease pulmonary vascularity. In babies some congenital disease like atresia of pa and tetralogy of fallot can cause that, in adults pulmonary embolus or clots in pa can cause that. ...Read more
Definition: Vascular is blood vessel and pulmonary is lung. There is disease in the blood vessels and that includes the thickening of the blood vessels causing pulmonary hypertension, small clots or chronic pe, or venoocclusive disease if it happens in the veins. There are also the fragility causing hemorrhages in certain diseases as the autoimmunes. ...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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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?
Pulmonary hypertension in echo, so heart catheterization next. With EDS (weaker collagen)&many vascular symptoms, is the test OK for me? Other option?
It is the best tests: EDS can cause pulmonary hypertension, a condition that usually is difficult to diagnose with the physical exam only. Most cardiologist would start with non-invasive testing like an echocardiogram but to confirm such diagnosis right heart catheterization is still the best (invasive) diagnostic procedure. Follow up with your cardiologist because there is treatment for pulmonary HTN. ...Read more
Blood vessels: "vasculum" is latin for vessel.Get a more detailed answer ›
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Cough clears lungs: When the bronchial tubes that carry air into the lungs are irritated they produce mucous, or phlegm, which traps the irritants and moves them up the airway so that the mucous and the irritants can be coughed out of the body. Coughing cleans the lungs. Phlegm is the vehicle that allows coughing to clear irritants from the lungs. ...Read more
Yes: Asthma can be healed, if the cause of inflammation is reversed: http://bookonhealing. Com/conditions/autoimmune-diseases. Html. Emphysema can't be cured because it is irreversible lung destruction. Smoking causes it, as well as other less common causes. To stop progression, stop smoking and other exposures. Other less common lung conditions may or may not be reversible. ...Read more
Difficult to answer: Depends on what setting. Acute repiratory distress syndrome can be 'stiff lungs' this means the elastic function of the lung is compromised for some illness. People are on life support with this. There are very rare diseases that can cause this as well. Need to know the clinical situation. ...Read more
A growth which has e: A vascular mass means a tumor or growth which has excess of blood flowing through it. It may be a benign tumor of blood vessesl commonly called hemangioma or it can be a cancerous growth, many of which has excess of blood flowing through them. You need to find out from the treating doctor what is the cause of this mass/tumor and what is he/she recommending for diagnosis and treatment? ...Read more
WISP and Lung Cancer: Our results (expression of cyr61, ctgf, and wisp-1 correlates with clinical features of lung cancer) suggest that cyr61, ctgf, and wisp-1 might be implicated in the development and progression of primary lung cancers, and their levels might serve as valuable prognostic markers, as well as potential targets for therapeutic intervention. ...Read more
Don't skip meals,: Don't miss sleep, avoid smoking, drink plenty of water, and maintain the same caffeine intake day to day, whether it is a lot or none at all. If this is not enough to keep your headaches down to a few times a month, medications such as beta blockers can help prevent migraines as well. ...Read more
A number of things: When fluid accumulates in the spaces around the lungs (pleural spaces), this is called a pleural effusion. There are a number of causes for pleural effusions. One cause is heart failure. When the heart does not work well, its pumping action is decreased and fluid can back up into the lungs and the spaces around the lungs. Another cause might be inflammation of the lungs (as with pneumonia). ...Read more
Environment: Don't smoke. Don't be a miner. Avoid tobacco smoke. Don't inhale cigarette or cigar smoke. Avoid heavily polluted areas. Don't smoke. Don't live with a smoker, don't live in a poorly ventilated wood-stove heated room. Don't smoke and, finally, don't smoke. ...Read more
Not sure.: I suspect you are referring to a restrictive lung disease. There are many types of restrictive lung disease so it is difficult to say exactly what it means in the long term. Short term, the best indicator of what it means is your performance status - do you have any shortness of breath or discomfort? ...Read more
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