We provide professional support in Chest diseases.
Chest diseases are specific disorders that occur in the respiratory system, breast lymphs and lungs. Studies such as advanced technology radiological imaging tests, laboratory tests, diffusion test, and progressive vital capacity test on respiratory function are used in diagnosis and treatment.
Many diseases such as allergic diseases, bronchitis, chronic lung diseases, pulmonary embolism, pneumonia, tuberculosis, respiratory disorders that are evident only during sleep are included in the examination area of the pulmonologist.
How are the causes of chest pain diagnosed?
Sometimes, chest pain related to the heart can be atypical. It may not come in the form of pain caused by the occlusion of the heart vessels, but in the form of stomach pain. The patient shows the stomach area. If the vein feeding the lower part of the heart is blocked, complaints such as stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, and low blood pressure may occur. If there is such a pain, it is absolutely necessary to consult a pulmonologist.
Sometimes the heart attack can be silent. It can also manifest itself in the form of shortness of breath, fatigue, palpitations, and weakness.
ECG, heart enzymes, chest radiography, echocardiography, effort test can be performed. If necessary, gold standard angiography can be applied.
Typically, not all patients have the same symptoms of chest diseases. In some cases, pain may be felt only over the neck, jaw, ear, arm or stomach. Other findings such as difficulty breathing and weakness can also be seen.
First-time chest pain (angina) can be difficult to recognize; because the findings can often resemble other diseases. Indigestion and mental state disorder can be seen. There are also patients who do not have pain, but only have difficulty breathing, weakness, nausea, vomiting and sweating.
Chest pain symptoms often include;
What are Chest Diseases?
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