As unofficial leader, X-Ray seems to have a lot of power over the group. For example, he chooses a special shovel that he thinks will make it easier to dig a hole. Also, he always gets in front of the line when the boys line up to fill their canteens.
She has the sweetest, most soothing voice. Very pretty too I saw her in a commercial for the census. So much older. The Stanley Steamer commercial must be at least 10 years old.
media should not be done away with
Your teacher does not want to know what some anonymous person on the internet would have done - they want YOUR opinion. There is no right or wrong answer to this question as long as you just tell honestly what you would have done.
No. She has not and stated that she would not do it.
for Aspiration pneumonia that may happened during the attack
The information after the word "Findings" would mean the Radiologist's interpretation of the CT scan.
My dog got run over took it to the vet, he thought she had a broken back but nothing appeared on xray, but still can hear a crack there, what to do?
X ray of the pelvis is risky and has no indications at this stage of pregnancy.
No and I think the mom would agree. Unless she gives permission she would feel violated so don't do this. Fantasies are fine but not all of them can be done since there are other people involved who would probably not agree with you.
is never done.
I don’t know
kept it in the team clubhouse
stanley was punished for the shoes he didnt steal
strongly agree Answer by: ~IFaRtEd~
No, this is not possible. The only way to be sure is to have an xray done. This is not practical.
Be carefull to conclude that an IUD is to the side in an xray. In an xray, you can't see your uterus, therefore it is hard to decide it is not in the middle. Not every uterus is exactely in the middle, and they can also be "turned". And even if they are in the middle and perfectly straight like you see them in an anatomical atlas, the xray can be a bit rotated, giving you a false impression. In any case, a gynaecologist can check your IUD for you if you are worried. As they work 2 ways (chemically/hormonally and mechanically), being a bit off shouldn't reduce their effectiveness. If they are way off though, it would be best to have your gynaecologist check to make sure it didn't perforate the wall (i doubt that, as this would cause blood loss and probably pain and stomach aches).