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What Does A Fullness In A Chest X Ray Mean
I can't take a full deep breath and get pain in the middle of my chest and my ribs when I breathe in. Have been on many doses of ab's, had chest X-ray
Costochondritis?: Chest pain often is associated with cardiac disease. However musculoskeletal injury or inflammation involving rib (costochondritis) or muscle can cause pain. Gastroesophageal reflux is probably the most common cause of chest pain. Should consult physician for further evaluation and perhaps testing. ...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
I had full heart check, including heart cath, MRI on chest, as well as chest x-ray. I have irritating pain. Like 2 fingers pressing in middle of chest?
What can cause a tight feeling near the sternum when I breath in? Full blood count clear chest X-ray clear spyrometry clear an ECG clear had for 4mont
Anxiety: Is probably the culprit. See a psychiatrist to get some talk therapy. ...Read more
I can't take a full breath It feels tight behind my breast bone slight ache chest X-ray clear never had asthma? Had for 2 months was 1st sore throet
Possible reflux: You may want to talk to your physician about possible gastroesophageal reflux disease. GERD caused by increased gastric acid into the esophagus. The initial sore throat may have been your first symptoms which has now progressed to the pain you feel. Follow up with your doctor and discuss this as a possible explanation of your symptoms. ...Read more
What does "Subtle increased attenuation in the rightperihilar region" relative to a chest x-ray mean?
Shade o'Gray. Use...: HT Prime. The perihilar region is the part of the lung where the airways & arteries enter. "Increased attenuation" means that the picture (actually, the negative) is brighter. That could be from the presence of inflammatory fluid or infection or congestion, but most often means that the Radiologist ought to check his glasses or equipment. Without symptoms, it's a meaningless (but costly) finding. ...Read more
The chest xray may be the least specific part of your
seeking medical care at this point. You will need to sit down with the ordering or followup physician and go over your specific symptoms and whether they are acute (less than 2 weeks) or chronic (greater than 6 weeks). This is very important for you to do in the next few days. ...Read more
Often subjective, it: ... cd be benign or worrisome finding. Patchy opacity means something "more dense than air" is filling up patches (parts) of the lung. It cd be fluid (from pneumonia, heart failure, other lung diseases) or it cd be that part of the lung is under-inflated (called atelectasis) & so has more tissue than air. Or it's an artifact from d breast overlying it; so, d finding has 2 b correlated with symptom ...Read more
A chest X-ray report says. Scaring seen in the right upper zone and old healed lesion. Plz tell me what is the it mean.?
A chest X-ray report says. Scaring seen in the right upper zone and old healed lesion. Plz tell me what is the it mean.? How will treated.
NAD on chest xray: NAD - No acute (active) disease is a terminology used to indicate that there are no acute ie infections, tumors or any sort of disease process appearing on the chest x-ray. There may be chronic changes - usually reported separately. NAD is a good thing ...Read more
What does Basilar Atelectasis mean on a chest X-ray?? I had one done and all was normal except this! What is it?
Squished lung tissue: Basilar atelectasis is compressed lung tissue that is seen on Xray. It typically occurs because the patient did not take a deep enough breath during the X-ray, so the lung tissue at the bases (hence the word, "basilar") appears crowded on X-ray. A very common finding on X-rays. Note that this is different from collapsed lung (that is called a pneumothorax). ...Read more
After having a chest X-ray what does this mean, small rounded area of increased opacification is noted at the left base, which could either due to ove?
Several things: Rounded opacification sounds like nodule. Nodules can be related to infection such as fungus or TB. Nodules can represent neoplasm such as primary lung disease or metastasis from primary tumor elsewhere. Benign lesions with treatment usually decrease in size. Malignant lesions usually increase in size with time. Sometimes lesions have to be biopsied to differentiate benign from malignant tumor. ...Read more
Not at all.: A chest X-ray will look normal in most cases of PE. ...Read more
Hello, today I received my results from a chest x-Ray and it said my lungs are hyperextended what does that mean?
X-Ray: You need to discuss this with the ordering/examining doctor as they have your history, your results and have done an exam. They are in the best position to explain things and give you advice. ...Read more
What is low lung volume on babies mean? My son is a year old and had a chest X-ray done and this came back on the paper they gave me.
Usually: Usually this refers to the fact that infants cannot voluntarily take a deep breath and hold it like adults are instructed to do when they have cxrs taken. This is often reported and may reflect that your son was crying at the time the image was taken. Recommend discussing with your pediatrician if your son has any acute symptoms (cough or wheezing). ...Read more
I recently had a chest X-ray following bronchitis and it showed the cardiothoracic ratio is increased 53%. Conclusion cardiomegaly. What does this mean?
My son had a chest X-ray the results are back it says he has a small aortic arch and aortic knuckle. What does this mean?
Description: It means the radiologic reporting the study felt or measured the size of the aortic arch/knuckle to be smaller than the usual range. It doesn't have any diagnostic specificity and may just be a variant of normal. Why don't you ask the patient's doctor if it has any meaning to the specific patient. ...Read more
Depends: Borderline can mean anything. It depends on question asked by clinician for examination. Borderline overaerated, borderline peribronhial thickening, increased interstitial markings. Need more information from report or physician ordering exam. You should ask him. ...Read more
Vertical density: Many possibilities. You need to follow up with your doctor to find anwers to your questions. You may need to see a chest specialist e.g. a pulmonologist. ...Read more
Infection/tumor: Nodules can be related to granulomatous infection such as tuberculosis or coccidiodomycosis or brucellosis if live in endemic areas. Other nodules can some times be caused by staph and can cavitate. Nodules can be seen in metastases and primary lung tumors.. ...Read more
Means no problem: On chest x-ray, but that doesn't mean you don't have a clinical problem, that's why clinical correlation is important, and any study should be read within a clinical context, the ordering physician would explain better, best wishes ...Read more
28/male. Chest x-ray showed "interstitum slightly coarse for age." What does this mean? Does it mean scarring? Should I be concerned?
Too vague: Ask your doc why he got CXR in first place and if you are a smoker ask him about smoking cessation programs nearby and get in one today! ...Read more
Faded lines: Unfortunately what you describe is too vague, it doesn't really have any meaning at all for me as a radiologist. Is there a specific abnormality described in the report? What terminology do they use? ...Read more
Several causes: Lymphadenopathy can be due to both benign and malignant causes. Benign causes include sarcoidosis, tuberculosis, and other disorders. Cancer or lymphoma can cause lymphadenopathy. This needs to be further evaluated by a physical examination, possibly a ct scan, and possibly a biopsy. ...Read more
Chest X-ray says small calcifications seen in hilar region. What does it mean? How dangerous is it? Should we worry about it?
Hard to say: Without seeing the xray, but usually hilar calcifications signify a prior infection/inflammatory response and of are of little significance. Speak with your doc about the relevance of this finding in your case. ...Read more
My chest X-ray result shows mild pleural-parenchymal tenting what does this mean & what I suppose to take for it?
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