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1. Without going for an x-ray, how do you tell if a toe is broken?
Well, with toes it does not really matter if it's broken or not- there is not much you can do for them. There is only one major blood supply for each toe, and if it is broken or the bone is broken, the result is the same. It will get swollen and purple, and wearing a shoe is misery. Ibuprofen for the pain, elevation and ice on the toe/foot, and no shoe. A bag of frozen peas is great for molding around the foot and adding the cold- you decide after whether to eat them or not. You can try taping the toes together and wearing a hard sole shoe if you must, but going without a shoe for the next week will be the most comfortable. Eventually he will likely see the bruising extend up into the foot itself. If blood pools under the nail, you can use a heated paper clip to put a hole in the nail to release the blood underneath. If that is the case, releasing the blood under the nail will also greatly relieve the pain in the toe. Unfortunately, it hurts like no matter what you do, and will hurt for the next few weeks. It's open toe shoes, or hard soles with a very wide toe cap, until it heals- three to four weeks from now. Sorry, that's the ugly truth. My husband did the same thing, with a trunk, and would not go either. Luckily, it's my profession, and I already knew what to do, and what was coming. Good luck, it's a miserable injury with no good cure
2. Why would a person's bone be colored oddly on an X-Ray?
I think it means that the bone of her spine is thinner and thus much easier to break. You might want to ask the doctor about this again and see if there is anything that can increase bone density
3. Chest x-ray safe during pregnancy?
You are probably safe, but they should not have done that and you should not have let them
4. HSG X-Ray Dye and BAD Seafood Allergy...Is This Safe??
Nichole, there is a chance of allergic reaction that crosses with certain seafood allergies to xray dyes. The benedryl and prednisone are to prevent having a reaction in case the allergic reaction does occurr. Plus for the HSG you will be at the hospital so the people and meds are available if you do have a reaction.
5. X-ray and ps3 game....??what could happen.?
I brought my PS3 and three games from Canada to Australia and back a few weeks ago with not a single problem. Funny, i never really considered that there could be one but its a good question to ask
6. what really differs X-ray with other gamma, beta, or alpha radiation? ?
x rays and gamma rays are electromagnetic waves. whilst beta and alpha radiation are not but they are all powerful radiative ways
7. Please explain wht is "non specific respiratory tract infection " i got this in my x-ray of chest?
Ask your doctor, you can get told anything on here. Just call him and ask. Best Wishes!
8. Why is there a difference in the formulas of emission spectrum wavelength in Bohr model and in X-Ray emission?
The pre-factor is exactly the same thing, look up what $R_H$ is equal to. The (Z-1) term, is due to the inner electrons shielding part of the nuclear charge such as the electrons involved in the X-ray transitions only see a reduced electric field. It's explained in the link you provided