Common abnormalities seen on a upper body X-ray test include: pneumonia ; abscess in the lung ; fluid collection between your lung and the upper body wall appearing whiter than the lungs and making the sharp lung borders on the film even more hazy ; pulmonary edema viewed as diffuse haziness on the lung fields ; enlarged center size ; broken ribs or arm bones ; broken vertebrae or vertebral fractures; dislocated shoulders; lung cancer or additional lung masses ; cavities in the lungs or cavitary lung lesions ; irregular presence of surroundings between the chest wall structure and the lung creating a definite black shadow between the border of the lung tissue and the inside border of the upper body wall ; hiatal hernia ; and aortic aneurysm .Furthermore, Hazel said that as the 2006 cut was cancelled following the start of full season, doctors received reimbursements at the reduced rate for a month roughly. Hazel said the 2007 cut ought to be cancelled before the start of 2007. It really is hard to predict what programs [doctors] can and cannot take part in by the end of the year unless you know what the guidelines will be, Hazel said . This content is republished with kind authorization from our close friends at the The Kaiser Family members Foundation. You can view the complete Kaiser Daily Health Plan Record, search the archives, or sign up for email delivery of in-depth coverage of health policy developments, debates and discussions.