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A bone X-ray is a way to take pictures of bones. Low dose radiation (X-rays) is passed through the body, producing images of the bones on film.
Xeroform is a yellow dressing that covers your skin graft. It was placed by your healthcare provider or during surgery and will stay in place until your wound is healed. Here you will find how to care for your Xeroform dressing.
During an X-ray exam, a small amount of radiation is used to make pictures of bones and some internal organs. Read on to learn what to expect when your child needs an X-ray.
X-linked agammaglobulinemia is a rare genetic disease that causes a weakened immune system. It mainly affects boys.
Detailed information on x-linked dominant inheritance
Detailed information on x-linked recessive inheritance
An X-ray uses a small amount of radiation to create images of your bones and internal organs. X-rays are most often used to detect bone or joint problems, or to check the heart and lungs (chest X-ray).
This exam will help find out if a problem in your colon is causing your symptoms. It is an X-ray that is taken of your colon.
IVP is short for intravenous pyelogram. This test will show if you have a problem with a kidney, your ureters, or your bladder. A problem with one of these could be causing your symptoms.
X-rays use invisible electromagnetic energy beams to make images of internal tissues, bones, and organs. Standard X-rays are done for many reasons, including diagnosing tumors or bone injuries.