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hello good day. i have finding in xray. suspicious right apex linear densityfor apico lordotic view. any suggestion pls.

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Hi Reuben,

Normal lung tissue appears as clear in an x-ray.  Fluids, scarring, or infections can cause "denisities."  Linear densities are "lines" that appear.  It can be from aging or can indicate other problems as it is an indication that the lung is not expanding fully - atelectasis.

The apilocolordotic view is an x-ray taken from an angle to better image the tops, apices, of the lungs, that's all.

You do need further testing.  It may include a sputum analysis and possibly a biopsy.

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Hi guys, i would like to ask about may chest x-ray result.
The result is having an suspicious densities on may upper left apex linear , lordotic view.

Please explain it for me.
Thank You and have a nice day.
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APICOLORDOTIC VIEW IS SUGGESTED PNEUMONITIS RIGHT what does it mean thank you
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what does, inactive Tpb in right apex means
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