- Bony Tenderness
- Suspected Fracture
- Congenital Abnormalities
- Obvious Deformity
- Children may experience an incomplete or greenstick type of fracture
- A newborn with a critical delivery might have clavicle fractures
- Your child/ patient will be asked to change into a hospital gown.
- No jewelry, glasses and metallic objects should be worn. Consult your physician if you are pregnant or there is a possibility of pregnancy; X-rays are usually avoided during this period.
- Prepare your child for their X-ray by explaining the procedure in simple terms, such as comparing it to having a photograph taken of your bones.
- You can familiarize them with the room and X-ray machines and stay in the room with them for support. Also, be sure to explain that they need to remain still so the experience passes quickly.
Frequently ordered together
X-Ray Acromioclavicular Joint
X-Ray Sternoclavicular Joint
X-Ray Acromioclavicular Joint-Left
X-Ray Acromioclavicular Joint-Right
X-Ray BILATERAL ACROMIOCLAVICULAR JOINTS with and without WEIGHTS
X-Ray Shoulder 2 Views-Left
X-Ray Shoulder 2 Views-Right
X-Ray Sternoclavicular Joint min 3V
X-Ray Shoulder 3 Views-Right
X-Ray Shoulder 3 Views-Left
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