What could this do to you? Open up job opportunities as replacement street lights? Sorry, I just could not pass up such an opportunity :-)
Back in 1987 I had a car accident and punctured a lung. I had several x-rays a day for a week and besides the green glow I have no problems that I know of. Also, over eight or ten years I've had several dental x-rays and again, as far as I know I have no problems. There were suggested connections between dental x-rays and thyroid problems but I haven't heard about the outcome of those suggestions. Since your x-rays were on the neck, in the proximity of the thyroid, you may want to go that rout and find information on dental x-rays and thyroid issues.
Though it is a possibility and I'm open to those possibilities, I doubt there is anything to worry about.
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