FINDINGS: The current study demonstrates poor definition of the lateral aspect of the right diaphragm consistent with some right pleural fluid and underlying right basilar atelectasis and/or infiltrate. Examination demonstrates some peribronchial thickening and prominence of interstitial markings consistent with small airway and chronic interstitial findings. Visualized osseous structures are intact.
Impression Interval appearance of some right basilar pleural/parenchymal changes superimposed upon small airway findings as described above.
This was the findings but i have no idea what it means
Kyle; this is the form that should have gone to your doctor so he or she would know how to treat you. give them a call, And don't even try to make sense out of it sounds like thicking of the airways and that could even be from the coughing. give your doctor a call as soon as possible to see the doctor and see what they can do for you.
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