Morning … I want to ask the results of the x-ray … because I got the jth of the stairs (costae bone intact impression) and (does not appear radiological abnormalities in the heart and lungs) Please explain
Hi Linda, thanks for the question.
X-ray examination is a form of radiological examination that is used as a support for clinical symptoms and the results of physical examinations carried out by doctors. X-ray examination can be done in several parts of the body such as the head, chest, stomach, hands, to the feet, of course in accordance with the indications.
Related to your question about the explanation of the x-ray results, if what you mean is chest x-ray / chest, generally within normal limits or no abnormalities. The intact costae of bone refers to the condition of the intact ribs, no fractures / fractures, or osteomyelitis (infection of the bones). The lungs and heart are also in normal condition and no abnormalities are found.
Please note that the results of radiological examination cannot be used separately in determining a disease. Therefore, it is important to return to the doctor who examined you to get a more detailed and comprehensive explanation.
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