X-ray Pulmonary TB Results?
Cast CTR normal. normal aorta. sinus and diaphragm normal. Pulmo: hili normal, vascular pattern is crowded, hard stains appear in the upper left field, normal costae bone Impression: long left lung tubular * sqa *
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On the results of this examination the impression is that there appears to be a long-standing TB infection in the lungs. After healing, the lung tissue infected with TB germs will heal and form a kind of scar tissue. In the X-ray picture of the lung can be seen leaving little marks in the form of fibrotic lines or calcified nests called TB marks. The picture is likely to persist as well as scar tissue in the skin, so if you do the examination will still get these results. Similarly, the results of this examination, 'stqa' means that the results are the same as the last inspection before.
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