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What is an X-ray entercholithiasis?

What is an X-ray entercholithiasis?

Not known: Term sounds incorrect. Cholelithiasis means stones or calculi in gall bladder. Entero- means of the bowel. ...Read more

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Does a fetus show in an x-ray?

Does a fetus show in an x-ray?

Later in pregnancy: A fetus with enough calcium in his bones will show up in a regular x-ray. ...Read more

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What is an X-ray contrast medium?

What is an X-ray contrast medium?

Barium, etc..: The most common contrast agents for X-ray include non-iodinated contrast, barium sulfate, and air. Non-iodinated contrast and barium are dense materials which absorb X-rays and allow visualization within a space (vessels, bowel, joints, spine). Air can act as a negative contrast agent, most commonly used together with barium in the colon (double contrast barium enema). ...Read more

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Does bursitis show up on an x-ray?

Does bursitis show up on an x-ray?

Sometimes: Bursitis is a focal area of inflammation that sometimes can accumulate fluid producing a lump. Ifs the inflammation is substantial it may produce finding on the x-ray. Mri is more sensitive in detecting the inflammation associated with bursitis. ...Read more

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Enlarged right hilum abnormal x ray?

Enlarged right hilum abnormal x ray?

Tuberculosis,sarcoid: It can be due to 1pulmonary tuberculosis 2sarcoidosis 3pulmonary hupertension 4bronchogenic carcinoma 5hilar lymadenopathy. ...Read more

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Why do I need an X-ray after essure? 

Why do I need an X-ray after essure? 

To confirm blockage: Essure is a permanent sterilization procedure in which "plugs" are inserted into each of the two fallopian tubes, by going in through the vagina-cervix-uterus. The fallopian tubes get sealed off by its inner lining growing into the "plugs". Three months after insertion, a hysterosalpingogram (dye is squirted into the uterus to see if any flows beyond the "plugs") can verify the tubes are blocked. ...Read more

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What does shadow on X-ray kidney mean?

What does shadow on X-ray kidney mean?

I Don't Know: The term is extremely non-specific and very non-informative. It could mean anything or nothing. Sorry. ...Read more

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Can a cycst be seen on a spinal x-ray?

Can a cycst be seen on a spinal x-ray?

No.: A radiograph can discern air, fat, soft tissue ; bone densities. A water-filled cyst is of the same radiodensity as surrounding soft-tissues, and thus cannot be distinguished as distinct. Thus a spinal radiograph may show anatomy that contains a cyst, yet will not show up as distinct. ...Read more

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Does arthrtits always show up on x-ray?

Does arthrtits always show up on x-ray?

No.: Arthritis implies joint inflammation, which may not be noted on a radiograph (x-ray) until there are joint anatomic changes that can be seen, such as: 1. Joint space narrowing, (from joint cartilage loss); 2. Joint periarticular osteopenia, (from increased blood flow); 3. Osteophytes. Joint arthritis is secondary to 1. Degeneration, (wear ; tear); 2. Autoimmune inflammation; 3. Crystal deposition. ...Read more

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