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X Ray Of The Left Shoulder
They did an X-ray of my left shoulder and he said my spine looks like an s. Now I need surgery. What can I expect from the surgery?
Age counts: At 48, your scoliosis has probably been there for a while and you need to get multiple opinions on the best way to approach tx. Need to ask success rate and experience of individual doing the procedure. May want to consider going to a spine center for another opinion ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you tell me if on my left shoulder then did an X-ray and he said my spine looks like an s and now I need surgery?
Scoliosis: you certainly would want to discuss this directly with your physician, but one possible explanation was that you were noted to have one shoulder higher than the other prompting an X-ray of the spine in which you were then found to have scoliosis. In general, if the scoliosis is larger than 45-50 degrees, they will tend to relentlessly progress and surgery is recommended. ...Read more
Clavicle: Yes it definitely could show up on in x-ray ...Read more
Help! sharp pain in left shoulder blade that shoots pain through chest! should I have had a X-ray too or is just a ECG ok?
I've had an EKG and X-Ray done everything is normal but I keep having pain in my left shoulder and sometimes my chest area by my breast but it comes ?
There are many: alternative reasons for shoulder and chest pain. It is unlikely that this is cardiac with a normal EKG and CXR. Most commonly it is musculo skeletal and physical therapy will help. Sometimes it is related to cervical nerve compression. Your health care provider should be able to figure it out. ...Read more
Chest X-ray showed enlarged blood vessel, now have pain under left shoulder blade when breathing and coughing, dr hasn't returned my calls-please help?
Hard to say: There are many vessels shown on a chest x-ray. Without knowing just which one i can't give you an exact answer. One thing you have going for you is your young age. At your age you are unlikely having a heart attack or aortic dissection. The pain and enlarged vessel may also be unrelated. However, if you can't get an answer from your doc you need to go to an er asap. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer