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X Ray Of Left Leg Tibia Fibula
Have torn the tissue between the tibia and fibula in my left leg - bones undamaged not responding to physio. Hope for recovery without surgery?
I kicked a chair and now a bump on tibia or fibula. Feels weak weight on that left leg. Do I have a fracture?
Possible: You need an xray.Get a more detailed answer ›
My girlfriend has severe pain in left leg. Er said scan and X-ray show no abnormalities. What could this be? She cries in pain for a week now.
SOUNDS LIKE MORE: Testing and evaluation is necessary. Does she have a family doctor that knows her well? ...Read more
She suddenly complained that her right leg pain and after 2 days, I discovered her right leg is longer 2 inches than her left leg. See X-Ray attached.
See orthopedics: Leg length discrepancy can be due to many disorders. Untreated your child can have walking issues and pain. Sorry the x ray did not show up. I would see a bone/orthopedic doctor for consultation . Terima Kasih ! ...Read more
I have a 5 cm*1 CM swelling above my left leg knee from the left side for 2 weeks now.I made X-ray and it was normal but sometimes i feel pain ?
I always feel my right leg is leg stronger than my left leg. I have done MRI . X-ray , and all the blood work. They are all normal. I?
2 yr old developed limp/leg drag in left leg 10 days ago. Says owie a lot. No trauma. No swelling. X-ray today showed healthy leg. Any ideas??
Post infectious: synovitis is the most common cause of this presentation. It usually lasts one to two weeks with improvement starting within a week. A good physical exam should help and if he is worsening he should be seen by an orthopedic specialist. If you would like to discuss this in more detail feel free to connect to me through health tap concierge http://www.healthtap.com/freisleben use code XATXVC https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUzQGEghiYs ...Read more
Left side that pain left knee pain left leg aching constantly x-rays looked okay from Dr. please help in a lot of pain and don't know what to do?
Needs evaluation.: Leg pain/knee pain merits an evaluation of the knee joint (may require an MRI), leg muscle, artery and vein status (requires careful history, physical exam and possible noninvasive doppler tests. This approach by an orthopedic surgeon can determine the cause of pain and optimal therapy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Left leg really sure. X-rays show no break/chip. Now small red rash/bump on back of thigh above knee. Could this be shingles?
Shingles?: Shingles is a reactivation of the chicken pox virus. Therefore, for it to be shingles, the rash must look like chicken pox. The rash starts out as vesicles, or small sized fluid blisters that eventually scab over. If this is what you see, it could be shingles and you should see a doctor right away to be placed on antiviral medication to stave off post herpetic neuralgia, a very painful condition. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It should.: An X-ray of a long bone, like the tibia, is supposed to include the joints at either side of that long bone. ...Read more
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