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  1. Spinal X-Ray
  2. Chest X-Ray
  3. Dental X-Rays Explains what dental X-rays are and why they are done. Covers commonly used types of dental X-rays, including bitewing and panoramic X-rays. Includes info on risks. Also covers what results mean.
  4. Extremity X-Ray Describes extremity X-rays, what they are, and why they are done. Provides tips on how to prepare. Also covers risks. Explains normal and abnormal results, as well as what can affect accuracy of tests.
  5. Skull X-Ray
  6. Facial X-Ray
  7. Abdominal X-Ray
  8. Sinus X-Ray for Sinusitis
  9. Arthrogram (Joint X-Ray)
  10. Tests for Low Back Pain Learn why X-rays, CT scans, and MRIs may not find the cause of your low back pain.
  11. Computed Tomography (CT) Scan ofthe Body
  12. Bone Density
  13. Mammogram Discusses mammogram, an X-ray test ofthe breasts used to screen for breast problems. Covers at what ages women should have a mammogram. Discusses how it is done and how to prepare for it. Covers possible results.
  14. Osteoporosis: Should I Have a Dual-Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry (DXA) Test? Guides through decision to have a dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) test for osteoporosis. Explains DXA test. Includes risk factors for osteoporosis you can and cannot change. Covers benefits and risks. Includes an interactive tool to help you decide.
  15. Swallowing Study
  16. Back and Neck Pain Includes links to info on back and neck pain. Also includes links to info on drugs used to treat back and neck pain, and guides to help you decide among treatment options.
  17. Upper Gastrointestinal (UGI) Series Discusses test that uses X-rays to find problems in the esophagus, stomach, and small intestine. Covers why and how it is done. Offers tips on preparing for the test. Covers risks. Looks at results and at what could affect the test.
  18. Lungs and Airways Has info on general coughs, pneumonia, tuberculosis, and COPD. Also has chest X-ray info and interactive topics on bronchitis and croup.
  19. Proper Back Posture (Neutral Spine)
  20. Angiogram
  21. Estimating Body Fat Percentage
  22. Navicular (Scaphoid) Fracture ofthe Wrist Discusses a break in the navicular (scaphoid) bone, one ofthe bones in the wrist. Covers causes and symptoms, such as pain, tenderness, and swelling. Discusses diagnosis using X-rays. Covers treatment with arm cast, splint, or surgery.
  23. Neck Pain
  24. Neck Exercises
  25. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) oftheSpine
  26. Spinal Decompression for Neck Pain
  27. Computed Tomography (CT) Scan oftheSpine
  28. Lumbosacral Region oftheSpine
  29. Bacterial Infections oftheSpine
  30. Shoulder and Neck Massage
  31. Neck Problems and Injuries
  32. Angiogram ofthe Head and Neck
  33. Back Problems and Injuries
  34. Back to Work?
  35. Back School for Low Back Pain
  36. Manual Therapy for Neck Pain
  37. Interactive Tool: How Well Do You Bounce Back? Interactive tool measures your ability to bounce back from stressful situations. Discusses what your score means from being very resilient to not very resilient. Includes next steps and a link to more information on stress management.
  38. Rheumatoid Arthritis: Neck Symptoms
  39. Radiation Exposure: Risks and Health Effects
  40. Ultraviolet Rays From the Sun
  41. Low Back Pain Covers the causes and symptoms of low back pain. Looks at treatment with rest, over-the-counter pain medicine, and heating pads. Includes steps to prevent low back pain from returning, such as practicing good posture and getting regular exercise.
  42. Severity ofBack Injuries
  43. coagulation factor X
  44. Low Back Pain: Keeping It From Coming Back Learn easy ways to help prevent the return of low back pain.
  45. Proper Sitting for a Healthy Back
  46. Low Back Pain: Easing Back Into Your Daily Activities
  47. Chronic Pain Discusses chronic pain caused by problems other than cancer. Covers symptoms and how chronic pain is diagnosed. Covers conditions that can be treated, like neck pain, low back pain, and arthritis. Info on treatment with medicine and lifestyle changes.
  48. Lumbar Spinal Stenosis
  49. Proper Sitting and Lifting for a Healthy Back Learn how to sit and lift correctly to keep your back healthy.
  50. Back Surgeries for Tumors and Infections
  51. Upper and Middle Back Pain Covers the causes and symptoms of upper and middle back pain. Looks at treatment with rest, pain medicine, and surgery. Includes steps to prevent back pain from returning, such as practicing good posture and getting regular exercise.
  52. Preterm Labor
  53. Back Surgery for Spinal Stenosis Learn how surgery for spinal stenosis pain is done and how long it takes to recover.
  54. Hip Fracture Repair (Hip Pinning)
  55. Proper Lifting to Protect Your Back Learn the right way to lift objects to protect your back.
  56. Back Surgery for Herniated Disc Learn how surgery can repair a herniated disc and how long it takes to recover.
  57. Cold Temperature Exposure
  58. Back Problems: Proper Lifting Lists common lifting mistakes. Offers basic rules to protect your back when lifting. Includes links to pictures on proper lifting technique and more extensive info on low back pain and herniated disc.
  59. Back Pain: Getting In and Out of Bed Learn easy ways to protect your back when you get in and out of bed and while you sleep.
  60. Back Pain: Have a Maintenance Plan Learn simple ways to keep your back healthy.
  61. Heat or Ice for Low Back Pain Learn when and how to use ice and heat to relieve low back pain.
  62. Back Pain: Strengthening Your Core Learn how being active builds a strong core and keeps your back healthy.
  63. Low Amniotic Fluid
  64. Rehabilitation Programs for Low Back Problems
  65. Evaluating Low Back Pain
  66. Low Back Pain and Sex
  67. First Aid for Low Back Pain
  68. Low Back Pain: Keep Moving Learn about activity and exercise to help reduce low back pain.
  69. Physical Therapy for Back Pain
  70. Back Pain in Children and Teenagers
  71. Anticonvulsants for Chronic Low Back Pain Covers anticonvulsants to treat chronic low back pain. Lists generic and brand names such as carbamazepine (Tegretol) and gabapentin (Neurontin). Includes why they are used and how well they work. Looks at possible side effects.
  72. Acetaminophen for Low Back Pain
  73. Discography for Low Back Pain
  74. Prolotherapy for Low Back Pain
  75. Avian Influenza (Bird Flu)
  76. Noise-Induced Hearing Loss
  77. Concussion
  78. Arthritis: Shots for Knee Pain
  79. Antianxiety Medicines for Alcohol Withdrawal
  80. Adult Soft Tissue Sarcoma Treatment (PDQ®): Treatment - Patient Information [NCI]
  81. Terrorism and Other Public Health Threats
  82. Nonepileptic Seizures (NES)
  83. Femoral-Tibial Bypass Surgery for Peripheral Arterial Disease
  84. Pregnancy: Dealing With Back Pain Learn how to protect your back and relieve pain during pregnancy.
  85. Back Pain During Pregnancy
  86. Pregnancy: Belly, Pelvic, and Back Pain
  87. Caregiving: How to Help With a Shower
  88. Healthy Eating: Getting Back on Track Get help staying on track with your healthy eating goal.
  89. Acupuncture and Massage for Back Pain Learn about acupuncture and massage for low back pain.
  90. Quick Tips: Cutting Back On Drinking
  91. Acetaminophen
  92. Lead Poisoning
  93. Scorpion Stings
  94. Avoiding Mercury in Fish
  95. Low Back Pain: Should I Have an MRI? Guides through the decision to have magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for low back pain. Discusses the problems an MRI can find and why it may not show the source of pain. Includes interactive tool to help you make your decision.
  96. Cleaning Your Young Son's Natural (Uncircumcised) Penis
  97. Low Back Pain: Should I Have Spinal Manipulation? Guides you through decision to have spinal manipulation. Describes treatment and how well it works for low back pain. Lists benefits and risks of both spinal manipulation and home treatment. Includes interactive tool to help you make your decision.
  98. Back Pain: Self-Massage With a Tennis Ball Learn an easy way to give yourself a back massage using a tennis ball.
  99. Interactive Tool: What Is Your Stress Level? Interactive tool gauges your stress level based on the number of life changes you have had recently. Discusses what your score means from low to high stress. Includes next steps and links to more information on managing stress.
  100. Hip Injuries, Age 11 and Younger

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