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Feb 2, 2002 ... Increasing neck fullness: The films reveal fullness in the right ... most common cause; however, there is no evidence of hilar adenopathy here.


Jun 12, 2019 ... Abstract The proximal right and left pulmonary arteries and proximal bronchi account for the appearance of the hila on the chest x-ray, but the ...


Right hilum(corresponds to 4–6 thoracic vertebra) is lower than left hilum(3-5th thoracic vertebra). Normal shape of hilum is “Y- shaped” with concavity towards ...


Serious enough to be looked into further. Hilar prominence could turn out to be nothing dangerous. There are various reasons the right hilum could look that way  ...


Sep 12, 2019 ... Frontal chest radiograph shows increased opacity in the right hilar and paratracheal region, with thickening of the right paratracheal stripe.


Feb 18, 2013 ... Hence the left hilum is higher than the right. Only in a minority of cases the right hilus is at the same level as the left, but never higher.


Hilar fullness with haziness: Enlarged pulmonary veins with perivascular fluid collection leads to full hazy hilum and vessels.


Mar 31, 2016 ... Chest PA and lateral x-ray in a patient with weight loss. Bilateral hilar adenopathy is noted (arrows). The patient has also had anterior chest ...


Note right hilar fullness, thickening right paratracheal stipe, patchy opacity under clavicle. 42 yo man, born in Greece, emigrated 20 years ago c/o lumbosacral ...


hilar adenopathy and pronounced decrease in the left upper lobe infiltrate. ... right paratracheal adenopathy (upper arrows), fullness of the right hilum, and ...