The report shows the displacement of the lungs due to some growth or fluid collection inside the chest cavity. He needs a checkup for the cause of shifting of chest contents and is treatable in most of the cases.
See, if you have asthma, I can say that you are in the right way to continue medication. But I would like to continue low dose steroid inhaler rather than montelukast or levocetrizine. If I can get your pft report and clinical examination finding of your chest, it would be better prescription. Chest physician can give you the better way for disease control! still I wish all the best! bhalo thakben!
Early complications include risk of abscesses within the abdominal walls. This is more likely in old, obese and diabetic patients.
Bleeding is another common complication immediately after surgery. Bleeding in uerine or hematuria may also be seen in some patients.
Late complications include narrowing of the ureters and obstruction to flow of urine from kidney into the bladder. This is called ureteric stenosis. Pyelonephrritis or infection of the kidneys after surgery is another complication to be watching out for.
There is a risk of post-operative formation of blood clots or arterial thrombosis. These may get dislodged from the operative site and travel up to the lungs or brain leading to life threatening complications.
You should discuss it in detail to get right consultation.
Bronchovascular markings are caused by lung vessels, mainly veins. Respiratory passages are not visible as these contain air. Prominent means generally infection in respiratory passages or fluid in the lungs. Infection may be acute or chronic. If radiologist reports increased bronchovascular markings but clinical situation is not supporting any thing it can be ignored and film should be taken as normal.