I am in first year, and no clinicals yet, so I dont have human xrays to share, but my icon is an xray I took of a border collie skull (I am/was a vet nurse/tech) and I am most proud of it because she was semi-conscious and I had no assistance at all (so I had to hold her in position AND click the button). I had taken some beautiful rads in my time, and I now wish I had 'borrowed' them when I left ;)
Do you know how the wrist injury was done? It looks SO painful
Health Insurance Portability and Probability Act, known to American medical personnelle simply as HIPPA. It protects the privacy and security of health data, in particular the electronic transfer of such data. Most American hospitals use electronic imaging databases such as PACS and some even have digital patient charts. But mostly, it means you can't reveal people's private health information to just anybody. If you talk about a specific patient it needs to be with the patient, with their doctor or with other technologists who are related to that patients case. You can't just go "I took care of Mrs. Smith today and she ... blah blah blah." Big no no. Hospitals over here get into HUGE trouble when they violate it.