Causes Of Infiltrates In The Upper Left Lung?
Good morning. I’m sorry. I want to ask about my lung problem, there is an infiltration. What I want to ask is whether the infiltrate is a symptom of TB? Does the normal lung free but has infiltrates? Please ask my pnjlzn ..
Infiltrates are a picture of radiological examination of x-rays in the form of dots or spots with indistinct borders on the pru. Infiltrates are abnormal findings and need to be explored again. In general, infiltrates describe the active lung inflammation process.
Infiltrates can occur in several conditions such as tuberculosis, pneumonia, other lung infections, lung damage, lung bleeding, lung cancer, and pulmonary edema. A diagnosis cannot be made just by looking at the infiltrate, but it also has to be explored again any complaints that were felt, the history of previous treatment, and also the findings on physical examination. Do you experience certain complaints such as bloody cough, long cough, weight loss, fever?
I suggest that you bring your x-ray results directly to the pulmonary physician so that further tests can be done to ascertain your condition and so that you can be given more appropriate treatment, if necessary.
Hope it helps you,