Results Of Chest X-rays?
want to ask how the results of this examination are .. r n r nRADIOGRAPHY TORACY AP r n r nright costopherenic angle gloomy r nlefy costopherenic angel sharp, no visible effusion of the right diaphragm as high as the rib x posterior r nCor: CTR not assessed r nShear apex to the laterocudal r nTrachea appears dimidline, not narrowed r nPulome: increased vascular markings r n Opacity on the right lower zone right hilum looks widened r n r nthank you
Hello, Pa'ol, thanks for asking HealthReplies.com.
Chest radiography is useful for seeing an outline of the condition of the ribs, trachea (airway), lung organs and their lining (pleura), and heart. According to the chest x-ray, the lower part of the heart (cor) shows that the lower end of the heart is shifted towards the lower side, which can suggest an enlargement of one of the chambers of the heart. Trachea within normal limits. The lungs (pulmo) have an increase in the coloration of blood vessels and appear white spots (opacity) which can be suspected as an inflammatory process in the lungs, for example due to bronchitis, pneumonia, TB, and so on.
However, it should be understood that x-rays or chest radiographs are useful investigations in helping doctors make a diagnosis. Because this is only one of the supporting examinations, other data is still needed to establish the diagnosis, such as data regarding patient complaints, patient history, physical examination data from doctors, and data from other supporting examinations. After the doctor gets data about the patient's complaints and medical history as well as the patient's physical examination data, when the doctor wants to confirm something, a supporting examination is carried out, for example on x-ray photos.
For this reason, you should consult the x-rays with the doctor who examines the patient directly, so that the patient's condition is known and the patient can get the right therapy according to the cause and severity of the disease.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.