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Chest Xray result: Suspicious infitrates
Had a chest xray result, it states suspicious infiltrates in the right apex; consider pneumonia. Does it mean I have pneumonia? I'm not feeling any irregularities in my breathing and my chest does not hurt. I don't even have colds/flu.
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Please keep a close follow up with your doctor. You may need a repeat CXRay or SOS a HRCT chest for further diagnosis.
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Hi. I understand your concern s. We did not treat reports but symptoms. If this x ray is done as apart of routine check and you are not having symptoms. Better to get a detailed examination done. Consult a pulmonologist for the same at the earliest.
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Please state the reason why you got the chest xray done in the first place. Please visit a chest physician for thorough work up and ruling out diseases like tuberculosis
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