What Does It Mean If The X-ray Cast Results Enlarge With The Apex Embedded In The Diaphragm?
I want to ask the results of the rontgent. The trachea is still in the middle. The cast enlarges laterally with the apex embedded in the diaphragm. Sinuses and diaphragms are normal. Pulmo: right hilum is normal. Kiritertutuo is the shadow of the heart. Increased bronchovascular pattern. No soft spot cranialisation Is the result safe ??
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From the results of chest x-ray examination, Cor enlarges to the left laterally with the apex embedded in the diaphragm showing an impression of enlargement of the left heart, especially in the ventricular and left atrium space until the heart chambers at the bottom (left ventricle) appear to be deeper into the diaphragm area. This condition is called cardiomegaly (enlargement of the heart)
The appearance of the right lung is still normal, while the left lung is covered with an enlarged shadow of the heart. Also found are increased bronchovascular patterns that indicate the process of inflammation due to infection and increased fluid in the lungs.
Radiological examination, especially chest x-ray is an examination that can help in establishing a diagnosis of the disease. The examination can not be absolutely used as a benchmark to enforce this type of disease without the presence of clinical symptoms pasisn, direct physical examination by a doctor and other supporting examinations. It is advisable to do a consultation and examination directly to a specialist in internal medicine to get more complete and relevant information related to cardiomegaly indications based on the results of the x-ray. So much information that I can convey, hopefully it helps