Explanation Of Lung X-ray Results?
sorry, what do you mean by that? Results: Cast does not enlarge. Sinuses and diaphragms are normal Pulmo: Rough bronchiovascular. Increased bronchovascular damage, peribronchial thickening (+) in the lower lung area. No visible patches of infiltrates. Impression: bronchitis appearance.
Based on the chest radiological picture, there is no picture of an enlarged heart. In the lung picture, the normal lung picture should be black, without any increase in pattern. In the picture of the lung, the bronchi (lower respiratory tract) appear to thicken, but there is no visible mucus or fluid in the bronchi. Bronchial thickening is generally caused by irritation or chronic walking infections. Therefore, the impression obtained is bronchitis.
Please consult with the doctor who sent you for the examination. The doctor will match the results of the physical examination with the radiological picture of the lung.
Thus short information from me. Regards.