Your brother’s chest x-ray showed suspicious right upper lobe streaky and hazy density and an apicolordotic view is needed to confirm its presence.
This only means that there may be infiltrates in your brother’s right upper lung lobe. The cause of which can be a possible pulmonary tuberculosis or pneumonitis, or even prominence of bronchovascular markings.
It is always best to correlate the result of any diagnostic examination with the symptoms a patient may be experiencing.
hi sir i have the same xray result of suspicious opacities in the right upper lobe..
pls sir can you give me some medicine how to cure this problem in my body? even just a some common medicine that can help my get better so that i can go to work and pls reply me sir hoping that you will give me some advise and some regulations how to cure this in a short period of time thank you sir..
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