Prominence of Azygos vein and Fat Pad overlying cardiophrenic angle
on anti biotic course for a month for pneumonia.
I don't feel completely fine but there seems to be few improvements.
I got chest x ray done again.
are the findings:
Pad is seen overlying left cardiophrenic angle.
diaphragmatic humping is noted.
prominence of right azygos vein is noted.
fissure is seen.
size appears normal.
and both hila appear normal.
thorax is normal.
No Pulmonary Pleural Lesion is Seen.
is my chest report A MONTH AGO (posted question earlier):
subtle Left Hilar Prominence noted.
Fissure is seen
diaphragmatic humping with bilateral scalloping is noted
both lung fields and pleural appear clear
size is normal Aorta and right hilum appear normal
thorax is normal
it indicate recovery from infection?
there was a prominence in left hilum but now report doesn't mention
do findings 1 & 3 (about fat pad & azygos) indicate?
have any relation possible with pneumonia?
I have a varicose vein below my LEFT knee.
prominence of right azygos vein is a venous anomaly of the thorax.
anomalies of the thorax range from isolated incidental findings to
components of more complex anomalies.
defined opacity is often seen at the cardiophrenic angles due to pericardial
fat pad" is a small lump of fatty tissue on the outside of the
heart. Cardiologists generally consider it as of little or no significance.
of chest after a Right Middle Lobe Pneumonia may show a pericardial
Lobe is a small accessory lobe sometimes found on the upper part of
the right lung; separated from the rest of the upper lobe by a deep
groove lodging the azygos vein, of little clinical significance.
may increase the opacity of the azygos lobe.
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