What Is The Meaning Of Chest Radiology Results?
Chest X-ray: r nCor: large and normal shape. R nPulmones; hilum does not thicken r nNot visible in the filtrate / nodules in both lung fields. Increased bronchovascular fracture. Bones2: intact impression. R n r nImpression: The aspect of bronchitis does not appear radiological abnormalities in the cast … r n r nWhat does this mean by the doctor? Do I have bronchitis or what? thank you
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Based on the results of your chest X-ray, you will find an 'increased bronchovascular vision' with an impression of the overall picture of bronchitis. Previously, it should be noted that X-ray examination is one of the additional examinations to help doctors make a diagnosis or type of disease.
Increased bronchovascular patterns can indicate inflammation or inflammation of the bronchi, where the bronchi are the respiratory tract in the lungs. And inflammation of the bronchi is also called bronchitis (bronchitis).
Bronchitis is inflammation that occurs in the respiratory tract, where the bronchi have a function to carry air to the lungs. Bronchitis can be caused by infections, infections that often occur are viral infections, but can also be caused by bacteria.
In addition to bronchitis infections can also be caused by various factors such as:
Smoking both active and passive smokers
Frequent exposure to dust, smoke or other pollutants
Age more than 40 years or age less than 5 years
Having a weak immune system.
But this X-ray examination can not be used as a determinant whether you suffer from bronchitis or not. The examination must be adjusted to your clinical condition, such as symptoms that arise in you and a physical examination conducted by a doctor. Because the X-ray is only as an additional examination to help diagnose it. It is better to consult the results of the X-ray with the doctor, for further management.
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