PA / AP Chest Thorax Results
Good afternoon Doc, I want to ask about the results of the X-ray I did last week. Here are the results: Cast: CTR u0026lt; 50% Normal shape and location. Pulmo: Normal vascular pattern. There was no visible infiltrates in both lung fields. Slippery diaphragm. Both sinus kostophrenic taper. Is that a normal and okay sign? Thank you, doc.
Hello Maya, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
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Based on the results of x-rays conducted, it can be seen that the heart is in a normal state, there is no enlargement or swelling of the heart, as well as the shape and location of the heart. For lung conditions, normal air exchange, there are no spots on the lungs (if there are spots / infiltrates can indicate infection, or fluid), there is no sign of lung infection. Normal diaphragm, no sign of abnormality.
Based on the X-ray results, it can be said that the organs in your chest cavity are in a normal state. But if you have certain complaints, you can consult your doctor again.
Hope it helps, thanks.