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X Ray Of Right Ankle
I fell two weeks ago had x-rays done onmy right knee and ankle! no brakes but still havering problems with my right knee trying to bend the wrong way?
Broken Tibia on right ankle. Ankle reduction 2 weeks ago, no improvement in new X-ray. What should I do?
Relax! Don't do it.: Even with a spectacular reduction of the fracture, two weeks is hardly enough time judge improvement. A lot of bone absorption followed by bone deposition has to occur. Sometimes early x-rays may look like the healing has stalled or even reversed. Be patient and let your body do it's stuff. ...Read more
My daughter is 9 and is a competitive gymnast. Recently she has been complaining of right ankle pain. She says it burns and hurt. X-ray. No break?
Im a skateboarder and i hurt my right ankle about 3 weeks ago an the ER took x-rays and they said it wasnt fractured how long will it take to heal?
Some times : Sprains can take as long as fractures, need to monitor to know.... ...Read more
I fell yesterday through a plastic box and skined my right ankle. Its a bit sore but very swollen and bruised. Should i go for an xray. I can walk ok?
Just met 30 year old mom of 2 who fell, said Xray saw crack above right ankle. Told it was growth plate. Can growth plates still be open at her age?
Hi! About a month ago, we got an X-ray and found out I sprained my ankle. Right now, there's no pain but it is still swollen. Why is that? Thanks!
My 5 year son had an X-ray of his foot bc of pain and on-going limp. Dr. Said he had grown an extra growth plate in his ankle. Does that sound right?
I think he was : Trying to tell you your sox's growth plate is still open and this is why there was pain. This is known as apophysitis, was the pain in the heel? This is a common problem in children. Sometimes, the pain and the limp can be present for months....... ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Son's ankle and foot sprain still painful after almost 5 weeks. Doesn't seem to be healing right . Is another X-ray necessary at this point ?
See an Ortho Surgeon: He needs to be re-evaluated to ensure another injury is not also present, and to modify treatment to properly address ongoing symptoms (if needed). Bracing may be needed, etc. Re-imaging with x-rays or other imaging modalities may be needed based on physical examination findings. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers