Mean Fibroinfiltrates Scattered In The Left Lung?
, what is the fibroinfiltrates scattered in the left lung? and trachea deviation to the left, what do you mean? how to deal with it besides what medicine? thank you
Hi Adi Octa,
Thank you for the question.
In diagnosing a disease, anamnesis (doctor-patient questions and answers), physical examination, if necessary, supporting examinations such as blood tests, X-rays, and so on are needed. After the diagnosis of the disease is known, then the doctor can determine the appropriate treatment. So you should go to a doctor who advises you for a chest x-ray, so you can get the right diagnosis and treatment.
With the data you have presented, the presence of fibroinfiltrates scattered in the left lung can describe a problem in your lung, this can be an infection, be it a specific infection such as tuberculosis, or other bacterial infection, or it could be a lung tumor.
The trachea is a ring-shaped cartilage that is arranged like a tube, located after the throat, and connecting it with the bronchi (airways) in the lungs. Normally, the trachea is positioned in the middle of the chest, but if there is a process in the lung it can shift left or right, in the case of the X-ray you are talking about, the trachea shifts to the left.
To get a more precise answer including handling, bring the X-ray results and consult a General Physician or Lung Specialist who can examine you directly.
So hopefully this is useful,