Explanation Of Lung Examination Results?
I finished X-rays because I have been undergoing treatment for 6 months, I have not seen my pulmonary doctor because he was abroad. I would like to ask what the meaning of this word is, the results of the previous radiographs (lung = prominent right prominent lung field infiltrates, hilar not widened and rough bronchovascular markings) and the results of the X-rays after 6 months were (lung = second fibrioinfiltrates and coarse bronchovascular streaks appear bright. no specific process active) r nWhat does this mean ?? Thank you
Actually, the one who has the most authority to explain Susi's x-rays is the doctor who treats Susi. The results of this supporting examination cannot simply be used as a conclusion to a disease, there are other aspects that need to be known, namely the symptoms that arise and the results of the physical examination.
If it only refers to Susi's writing, there is an improvement from the X-ray results, where previously there were prominent infiltrates, but now it is clear and there is no specific active process. But Susi should not conclude anything including stopping or continuing the medication without examination. As soon as Susi can meet with the doctor who handles Susi, Susi should immediately consult.
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