Explanation Of Phrenicocostal Sinus X-ray Lab Results.?
Please explain from the doctor, because our employee from the results of the X-ray Parahita stated:
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Phrenicocostal sinuses are angles that form in the chest cavity, and these angles are normally acute. For more convenience, see the image below.
The reason is that taper is formed due to the shape of the lung cavity and the liver underneath, so the angle is normally taper. If it is blunt, one possibility is that something is filling the angle, and it is usually liquid. The liquid can be anything, can be pus, can be blood, or clear liquid which is part of the blood. The causes are even more diverse, it could be due to injuries, accidents, heart failure, lung disorders and so forth.
As for your worker, the results found by the pulmonary doctor and the results of the laboratory may not be contradictory, because even the laboratory has stated that it is mild, and because the measurements are often subjective from the eye of the observer, it is not impossible not to find fluids by the lung doctor. Unless the results are significant, such as the sinuses are said to be very blunt to flat but the pulmonary doctor states there are no abnormalities, then a repeat examination should be done to avoid misunderstanding.
But with regard to the follow-up of your workers, we cannot conclude from just a glance at the x-ray results. Historical excavation and a direct physical examination are needed to determine the condition. It could be that your worker does have a disease, but the disease is not related to the results of the x-ray, or the disease is not contagious, but it really limits its performance and can even endanger its health if forced.
So our recommendation is to ask for a more complete explanation from the lung doctor about the illnesses that your worker is experiencing, as well as the follow-up whether you need to be examined by another specialist, whether you can continue working, or have to rest. It took so much additional information to arrive at this conclusion so we could not convey it without going through a direct inspection. So, hopefully answering your question.