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pulmonary hyperaeration

X-ray result: There are fibroreticular right upper lobe infiltrates.
Trachea is midline.
Heart is not enlarge.
Diaphragm us depressed.
Thoracic spine slightly curved to the right.
Sulci and soft tissues are intact.

Impression: Minimal pulmonary tuberculosis, undetermined activity
Pulmonary hyperaeration
Mild dextroscoliosis, thoracic spine.

*What does this mean? Please interpret the CXR result. What causes this result?Please give an advice.
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pulmonary hyperaeration i was told (by my doctar) is commen in smokers its when you have extra air in your lungs because the smoking has caused holes
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