What Is The Explanation Of The Results Of The Following Chest X-ray Examination?
Malem would like to ask. Please explain, fibro infiltrates with multicaverne in the left suprahiller. Thank you
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Thank you for using the HealthReplies.com consulting service. Related to your question, this is an impression obtained from a chest x-ray examination. From this information, it was found that there was a picture of spots that was clearly visible on the left lung. But based on this information it is difficult for us to determine the diagnosis of a disease without knowing the history of your disease beforehand. More complete information is needed by conducting medical interviews and physical examinations directly to direct the possibility of the disease being experienced.
Information such as whether there is a fever, cough and tightness felt by you, and how long the complaint has occurred before. Are accompanied by weight loss, night sweats, fatigue, smoking, chest pain and other information that is important to know.
Investigations such as chest X-ray aims to help doctors in establishing a diagnosis. However, this examination can not be a definite reference for a diagnosis without clinical information from patients because not all X-rays indicate the presence of a disease. It is highly recommended to conduct an examination directly to the lung specialist or to the nearest general practitioner related to the X-ray results. So much information that I can convey, hopefully it helps