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How Much Will It Cost For Head X Ray
Yes but. ..: You always have to ask why is any given test being done? What is being searched for? Is this the best way to do it or is there a better way to get the answer? I don't know enough about your child to answer those questions now but that is what you want to find out. X-Ray machines these days use much lower doses than they did in the past. ...Read more
Typically: Unless more specialized test are needed. Many outpatient centers available, need rx. ...Read more
My grandson fell backwards and hit the lower back part of his head and it swelled into bump right away, should we take him for an X-ray?
Head: X-ray not necessarily, being evaluated for it yes. Common area to swell up and more than likely should be ok, but let a medical professional evaluate it and determine next step. Likely observation will be the right approach unless develops any vomiting, major change in behavior, etc. ...Read more
I get a chest pain everytime I bend my head down (forward and backward). When I bend it back my chest pops sometimes, what can it be? Nothing on X-ray
Muscular pain: Does not seem cardiac in nature by your description of the pain ...Read more
I have a pea size grisly lump behind my head. No pain. Not noticed until 1 year ago. Dr organised an X-ray, why?
Ask your Dr.: He has examined you and has something he is looking to rule in or out. Since we have not examined you, it would be pure supposition on our part to guess what he is doing the X-ray for. ...Read more
I fell twice due to blackout and fell hard on my head. The X-ray shows nothing. But I still get giddiness and blackouts after being discharged?
Neurologist: It would be good for you to have further testing to get to the source of why you are falling. You can consult a neurologist who can run some tests and you can go from there. There are lots of possibilities. Peace and good health. ...Read more
What to do if I have bad head, neck, face, chest pains, stiffness, heavyness. Took a X-ray. Please tell me if I'm normal?
Need more info:
Your symptoms are very broad. I would need to know what kind of xray was done. Also where is the stiffness?
Which symptom is the worst?
Is the heaviness in your chest or your arms/legs? ...Read more
Sir, I am suffering with pain in neck and head. I went thru x-ray for the same. In report "transverse process of C7 is prominent bilateral".
If my tooth abcesss wad to spread could my dentist tell on a panograohic X-ray the one th at goes around your head.
Dentists compare dental x-Ray radiation with radiation you get everyday. Problem is that dental radiation is concentrated to your head.........
No comparison: Dental x-rays do concentrate in the area the beam is pointed, that is true. However the damaging effects of radiation are cumulative. Spending a day at the beach will expose you to more radiation over a larger area of your body than having dental x-rays once a year. A lead apron with a thyroid collar is also used to protect your body when taking dental x-rays. As the cliche goes, apples to oranges ...Read more
X-ray bilateral feet a tiny calcification is present adjacent to the lateral aspect of the 4th metatarsal head, and a small left plantar calcaneal spur. No other abnormality. Could you please tell me what this all mean. Thank you so much.?
Typical findings.: It describes an accessory bone near the metatarsal head, which is almost always of little consequence. The small plantar spur that is found in many patients and may or may not ever be of consequence. The issue is whether or not these symptoms are somehow linked to any symptoms. It would be interesting to know why the x-ray was taken in the first place. ...Read more
Should I do & how much radiation CT scans for one dental implant causes vs regular chest/head CT scan or one digital tooth x ray. I am curious to know
Radiation dose chart: We only want to take the minimum number and type of x-rays or scans in order to properly diagnose and treatment plan. Without that we might either miss something or the final result might be compromised. Here is a good website for you to look at: http://www. Ans. Org/pi/resources/dosechart/. ...Read more
I fell last night, and my neck is quite sore and very stiff. Head heavy. Do you think I should get an X-ray, or try using a TENS unit that I have?
I'm six weeks post operation from a radial head replacement. I'm having very slow progress with ROM due to pain. X ray is fine, it really feels stuck?
Have indentions on head, causing constant headache. Want to find out cause. Have had X-ray, MRI, radiation imaging & 17 drs. With no diagnosis.
What does this mean x-ray report that says that I have a lytic and sclerotic lesion in the left humeral head and neck. Indicates neoplasm of the condr?
Based on the: Description it could possibly be malignant, but there are potential benign causes as well. Follow up with your doctor about next steps. ...Read more
Any idea of diagnosis of indentions on head, causing headaches, 68 yr. Old, suddenly occurring 3 months ago at 1, now 8. Had X-ray, MRI, radiation im?
Need more info: You must ask the physician who ordered these studies. That person knows you better than me and should be able to give you the expert opinion. ...Read more
May be: It may or may not. The procedure of choice is ultrasound by an eperienced sonographer. Xr is not a great exam for lymph nodes. Even better: have it examined by a doc. Usually this is palpable on physical examination and most examinations are not helpful. ...Read more
Experiencing back/shoulder pain. X-ray found sclerotic nodule on the humoral head likely a bone island. What does that mean and what can be done?
Nothing need B done.: Benign ; common finding in long bones. ...Read more
Unsteady head, neck tremors what could cause this is a 26 yr old female? Got an x-ray, was told neck bones didn't grow properly. High anxiety, no meds
Recommend concierge: For an answer to your question, consider an individual appointment with a specialist who can review your concerns and xrays. ...Read more
Seen dentist because of side head and jaw/ teeth pain. He took X-ray and said there is space around the root? What does this mean?
Fell 2 mnths ago, got bad pain in left upper shoulder blade beneath collarbone, kneck, pulsing pain in top of head. Had a normal x ray. No MRI done.
Poss neck disk: When you get pain in the back of your shoulder blade and it radiates up your neck, think of a herniated disk in your neck. Xrays are often normal look for pain radiating down arm into hand, pain aggravated when extending you neck and turning to either side. If you still have symptoms after 3-4 weeks and some therapy, might need a MRI of your neck good luck ...Read more
Everytime I swallow my neck contracts one side and gets stiff last few months. ENT normal. Head is even and X-ray cervical normal. Can it be dystonia?
Possibly: I assume by "ENT normal" you have been evaluated by an ENT with a full head & neck exam and fiberoptic laryngoscopy? A barium esophagram may also be helpful given the association with swallowing. Assuming all normal, I would see a neurologist who specializes in movement disorders. Botox injections can be helpful in cervical dystonia. Deep brain stimulation is also showing promise in severe cases. ...Read more
Knocked into stone column then fell to ground. Caused laceration on back of head, 3 staples. Is an X-ray sufficient to rule out internal bleeding?
Fainting in dec, hitting my head. Been experiencing headaches, dizziness, fatigue and chest pains since. X-ray ruled out any head injury so what next?
Blood in sputum, have done head, neck test, done x-ray, my doctor said it may be result of tear of capillarie at base of the tongue. He prescribed mouth w?
Blood in Sputum:
May be hard to find source, as bleeding is not constant. Three sources: upper airway, lower airway, and digestive. A complete upper airway endoscopy can be performed by an ENT to look for upper sources. But, it may be "normal" between episodes. My routine:
chest x-ray, upper airway endoscopy, and depending upon risk factors, esophagogastroduodenoscopy (look into esophagus and stomach). See an ent. ...Read more
I have a scalp hematoma on the back of my head for the past 3 months and it has s not reduce in size. X-ray shows no fracture. Soft painful spot on it?
Hematoma: It may take months for the hematoma to be absorbed depending on its size. In fact if it lasts long enough it may begin to calcify ...Read more
I've had a ct scan of my head and a MRI of my neck and head. They were fine. Also had a X-ray of my c spine and it showed a possible deformity. Symptoms are getting worst, can barely walk now. Very off balance. Life threatening?
Second opinion: Not normal, and so it very much comes down to specific diagnosis. Some conditions are easily senn in structural studies such as an MRI or ct scan, but some are not seen on tests like that. ALS is one example. Make sure you are seeing a neurologist and consider a second opinion if there is not any progress toward a diagnosis made. ...Read more
Neck X-ray normal. Neck pain that hurts my head and in my ears. No ear infection. What could be issue?
Probably jaw joint: It sounds as if your jaw joint is having some problems. Do you clench or grind your teeth? Do you like chewy and crunchy foods? Do you chew gum? If so, you need to go on a soft diet, take anti-inflammatories as needed and use ice on the areas that bothers you 3 to 4 times a day for 20 minutes at a time. You should also discuss this with your dentist. ...Read more
Motorcycle accident and hit head, got X-ray at urgent care. Should I go to get CT scan even though it's been 4 hours and no nausea? No insurance...
26 yo M. Injured hand during fall 1mo ago and reinjured 2-3 weeks ago. Pain btwn 3rd/4th metacarpal heads. X-ray neg. For fracture. Should I get MRI?
Injured hand: The decision as to appropriate testing should be made by your Physician, preferably an a Orthopedic Surgeon, after a thorough examination. ...Read more
Tmj (no jaw joint damage on X-ray) -ear symptoms for over a yr-going. Now stiffness in front of ear+ stiff neck and fluttering in head. Will this go?
Classic TMJ signs: You may have an expansion of the muscular component of your TMJ condition. See a neurouscular dentist with extensive TMJ training. ...Read more
Chest pain/discomfort starting 1 yr ago on and off. I went to the ER when it started and got my heart checked out (ecg) and an X-ray and everything ok. Prilosec helps but still will have pain when I move my arms, head and shoulders in certain ways.
I did head ct scan 10 years ago and thoracic spine mri 1.5 years ago And a chest X-ray 6 months ago I'm worry about the amount of radiations?
Minimal: MRI does not use x-ray radiation, but instead uses a magnetic field. A single chest x-ray is very minimal. A CT scan of the head will give you about 20 times as much radiation as a chest x-ray, but this is still felt to be less than the background radiation you receive in 1 year just from being outdoors. It's good for you to limit your radiation exposure, but yours is minimal, I wouldn't worry ...Read more
Should I worry about cancer if I had a single head ct scan 8 years ago, kidney Xray 5 years ago, spine Xray and mri 1year ago chest X-ray 1 month ago?
These diagnostic procedures will not measurably increase your risk of cancer over your background or natural risk.
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Had elevated dimer d test of 308 and had an ekg chest x ray and ct scan with the medicine that lights up vein was sent home and was told to just take a baby asprin now having weird head pain and leg pain. Should I be worried? Was also just put on celexa
Worried: People have tests done for various reasons. Many people have symptoms. You need to discuss both with a physician who will interpret them in the context of your medical history and who will be best situated to hear and address your concerns. Please make an appointment with your doctor. ...Read more