Picture In The Form Of Dots Or Like Spots On The Results Of Lung X-rays?
, from the results of my rotgen in the left lung there is 1 white spot. Is that normal? I have been rotgen 2 times and the result is the same there is 1 white spot. How do I treat it and do I suffer from a dangerous disease? Considering if I cough sometimes the phlegm is greenish and thick
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We understand the concerns that you feel
Chest X-ray is a radiological examination to assess the appearance of the lungs and other surrounding tissue. Regarding the white spots on your X-ray picture, more detailed information is needed regarding the location of the image, and the symptoms that you are experiencing. How long have you experienced a cough, whether accompanied by other complaints such as shortness of breath, chest pain, frequent sweating even though you are not on a heavy activity, coughing up blood and fever.
Picture in the form of dots or like spots on the results of lung X-rays are generally infiltrates that can indicate a fluid or connective tissue in the lungs. This condition can be a normal or abnormal condition depending on symptoms, physical findings and other investigations. The distribution or location of my white stars also need to be known through direct inspection / reading.
Therefore, to find out whether the white spots on your x-ray results are normal or not, further tests are needed by looking at the x-ray results directly and physical examination of your lungs.
We apologize for not being able to know the specific white spots that you are referring to without being accompanied by your X-ray photos.
If necessary, consult with your nearest doctor or a lung specialist for further information and evaluation.
Thus the information we can convey, hopefully helps