What Does It Mean For Peribronchial Chest Radiograph With Symptoms Of Shortness During Sleep?
In the afternoon, I asked the results of my thoracic ank, aged 3.5 years, it was mentioned that the trachea was still in the middle, the cast did not enlarge, the sinuses and diaphragm were normal, the pulmonary hili was normal, bronchovascular marking increased, there was a thickening of the peribronkhiale in the perihiler and bilateral parakardikal, the tram line (+) was what does that mean … ??? When I checked my ank there was a slight cough, when I was sleeping I was a bit stuffy, and there was a history of pneumonia, about the explanation, thank you ….
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Cough and tightness complaints experienced by your child, can be caused by various things, including:
Pneumonia or pneumonia
Bronchitis or bronchiectasis
Upper respiratory tract infection
As for the results of the x-rays, the point is to show that most of the results are normal, only the possibility of mucus in the respiratory tract is found and this may cause drowsiness and tightness, because the mucus fills the space that should be filled with air. But about what causes the emergence of mucus for the first time is still not clearly known and could be one of the possibilities above, or even beyond that at all.
Therefore indeed, examinations such as x-rays must eventually be returned and discussed with the doctor who requested the examination to be carried out, so that it can be interpreted and adjusted to the condition of your child, determined in the direction of his tendencies and combined with the results of digging history, physical examination and other support if there is. Only then can it be determined clearly the best treatment.
Meanwhile, make sure your child is far away from sick people especially coughing, cigarette smoke, dust, pollution, meeting the needs of fluids and nutrients, and avoid triggers if there is (such as cold air, certain foods or drinks, etc.) So, hopefully answering your questions .