Explanation Of The Results Of Chest X-ray PA In The Lungs?
my kmr is X-ray photo of PA view, erect, asymmetrical, inspiring and sufficient condition, result: – appears inhomogeneous opaque indefinite border of spotting forms spread in both pulmonary sinuses costofrenic dextra blunt, acute taper – both diaphragms are relatively slippery: CTR u0026lt; 0.5- intact visualized bone system
You did not mention your question. What do you need to know? What indications did you undergo the examination? You should include complete information so that our explanation can be more directed.
Based on this brief information, there appears an irregularly opaque picture. In normal X-ray photos of the lung, in the field of the lung a black picture appears, because it is filled with air. Opaque description means, there is a mass that is denser than air. The mass can be:
Solid or liquid tissue due to an infection process.
Solid or liquid tissue due to trauma process.
There is an opaque mass spread in both of your lung fields. In addition it also appears the possibility of fluid in the right lung cavity.
You must bring this result back to the doctor who is treating you. The doctor must match the physical examination and the results of your X-rays. Further treatment will be adjusted to the doctor's diagnosis.
That is my explanation. Hope you are helped. Regards.