Discussion in 'Forestry and Logging Forum' started by Timber Tool, Aug 27, 2016.
Federal law requires Doctors to supply "as soon as possible" requested medical records. So your story is getting thin
Dude a cracked windshield is held together by the few thousnths of an inch thick plastic sheet between the inner and outer pieces of glass
hes a trolllll................
Your toes were pointing backwards because you are now missing the ACL in that knee. That injury often comes with zero pain after a few hours.
They don't make hard copies any more it's all on the computer.
They make both, emailed to the dr with reduced size pics & the report and you take home the hard copies which you keep and take with you back to the surgery if needed & if you have to see a different dr or specialist.
All the X-ray from other facilities I have seen in the past two years came on a cd.
The only thing they give us on CDs are ultrasounds, ct scans & MRI's & even then they will still give you a hard copy of them. I am only speaking from my own experience , I had an MRI done about a year ago on my edna & an ultra sound done on my jatz crackers just before xmas , probably around 2 years since my last X-ray to see if my broken leg healed ok.
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