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I was diagnosed with mild grade degenerative spondylolethes 22 years ago. My latest x-ray shows a slip of 13mm, could you grade this please. Thanks.
Varies: The grade of the slip is based upon the percentage of one vertebrae slipped forward on the other. So, it is difficult to say with a number because it is based somewhat on the magnification of the X-ray. That being said, most of the time a 13 mm slip is grade II to grade III. ...Read more
Read on Net 39YO claims she grew 1 inch in 20s, another in 30s & is still growing. X-ray shows tibia not fused. Can this be true & if so what's cause?
A lot!: A dental x-ray can show decay, supporting bone level for gum disease evaluation, odontgenic tumors, cysts, Periapical abscesses, impacted teeth, internal or external root resorption, help evaluate pulpal health, TMJ status and do much more! Dental X-rays are very safe (especially the new digital ones) and show an abundance of essential dental diagnostic information! ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Neck Pain: The straightened curvature in your neck on X-ray is a sign of pain and muscle spasm. You may be helped with a soft neck collar to relieve some of the spasm, muscle relaxants and pain medications like ibuprofen. Physical therapy also would be appropriate. Work with your doctor and your X-ray soon will be normal again. ...Read more
I've had a lower pack pain for one year. X-ray shows my pines are fine. What should I do to eliminate that pain?
Find Cause: First one has to find the cause of the pain. An x-ray is not in any way the only test that must be done in the search for the cause of your pain. ...Read more
I fell a week ago and i hurt my shoulders. My right shoulder has been hurting and medicine is not helping. X-ray shows not broken. ?
No symptom of pneumonia but X-ray shows on right side a patchy alveolar infiltrates, rule out pneumonia.. What it could be as there is no symptom?
Many causes: Patchy infiltrates on chest xray are a non-specific finding that could be related to many different causes/conditions. In someone who is asymptomatic (like you), a detailed history, physical examination and further testing (if required) based on individual risk factors can help find the cause. Please talk to a lung specialist for further work up. I recommend treating the patient, not the xray. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 47 and X-ray shows my spian has moved and hips and I am in so much pain I have been like this for 24 days i can stand lay down but not sit
Hard : To understand your question, but sounds like you need to see a spine surgeon. ...Read more
Yes and no: The X-ray will show a mass on the bony spine , at times haze on the soft tissue on the spine and lesions eroding the spine. Al of these masses that can be seen on X-rays can be benign or malignant. Thus the X-ray will show the mass but can not prove it is cancer without a biopsy ...Read more
Sometimes: But not very often. With x-rays, the accepted technique is to have the smallest views possible so as to not give excess x-ray to the patient. This results in most of the neck not being seen in a head x-ray study. The neck is also a complex area of the body, and tumors in the neck are much better seen with a CT or MRI study with contrast injected. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: The x-ray will show if the growth plates of the bone are fully closed and fused. ...Read more
No: A plain x-ray will only show the presence of the 2 metallic clips placed (presumably) on the tube. The only x-ray study that could prove that the tubes are blocked by the ligation clips is a Hysterosalpingogram (HSG). A tiny catheter is placed in the uterine cavity and contrast (dye) is injected to show that the contrast stops at the clips and doesn't go beyond that point. ...Read more
Musculoskeletal: The next possibility is a musculoskeletal problem. This could include a muscle strain, a short leg or a congenital problem with the feet (e.g., pes planus). Problems with the peripheral nervous system should also be considered, particularly if your child is experiencing foot drop. Next steps might include a consult with an orthopedist, a pediatric osteopathic physician and/or a neurologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is myofascial pain? Dr didn't explain. X-ray shows complete straightening of neck. Could this be the cause?
Myofascial pain: Myofascial pain is a fancy way to describe muscle pain. The fascia is the connective tissue that covers the muscles. This tissue can be damaged by injury, infection, inflammation and trigger points arise. The actual sites of the injury or strain prompts the development of these trigger points in turn causing pain elsewhere, aka referred pain. Yoga will help your neck regain proper curvature. ...Read more
He broke his wrist 3 weeks ago, it has healed incorrectly. The X-ray shows it's 30° out. Is it better to re-break it now or leave it to fix itself?
My son has complained about his knee since young and was told it was grow'n pain. He is now 15 & still cmpln but X-ray shows nothing. What can it be?
Several: There are a number of possibilities.Needs to see a pediatric orthopedist. ...Read more
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