Explanation Of The Results Of The Thorax X-ray Collision?
Hello, I’m 20 years old, want to ask. Last week I was exhausted from the chest X-ray because the area around my left waist to my back hurt from the impact. I want to ask you about the results of the X-ray in detail. My results of my X-ray: Trachea in the middle Cast: normal shape and location of the heart Pulmo: Increased vascular pattern Impression: Lung enlarged infiltratesDifferent pulmonary dysfunction Sinus costofrenicus eitherNot visible ossa scapula fracture, clavicle and costae which visualizedils Impression: No enlarged lungs Inflated palpitations. visualized ossa scapula, clavicula and costae. Please answer, thank you.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The x-ray results that you do actually show normal results, and you don't need to worry. All results written on the X-ray are indeed what they should be. For example, the trachea as part of the respiratory system is supposed to be in the middle. Cast (heart), delivered normal shape and location.
Pulmo (pulmonary) is indeed found increased vascular pattern, but this is usually caused by a mild infection and does not cause symptoms of pain that you feel. Then there is no visible infiltrates, good sinuses, no visible fractures / fractures, etc. which indicate that your condition is normal based on X-ray examination. In terms of conclusions or impressions, all showed no appearance of abnormalities.
So the conclusion that we can draw here is that your bones and lungs and heart system are normal. But even though the organ is normal, complaints that you experience can indeed occur due to other conditions that are not detected by X-rays, such as:
Urinary tract infection
And can also be other reasons. To ensure this, we recommend that you consult a physician in internal medicine to find out his tendencies through a series of history, physical examination and support. The handling that you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection.
Meanwhile, to help reduce pain, you can warm compresses on the affected area, consume over-the-counter pain relievers by reading the rules of use listed, multiply the consumption of water and consult a doctor immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.