Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Pulmonary fibrosis

Chest x-ray showing thick linear bands in the right apex and right mid zone.

Coarse linear shadows in both apices with elevated hila consistent with bilateral apical fibrosis.

Small left lung with gross mediastinal deeviation. This indicates that the left lung is completely collapse.

Small right lung with linear shadows in the right mid zone and blunting of right costo-phrenic angle. Right hemi-diaphragm is elevated. This is consistent with right pulmonary and pleural fibrosis.

2 comments:

Pulmonary Fibrosis said...

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Pulmonary Fibrosis said...

Watching these x-ray will help the people to know more about pulmonary fibrosis. Thanks for sharing this to us.