“If there is an impolite bone in his body, it doesn't show up in X-rays, which is why everyone in the interview room after Sunday's roller-coaster 35-31 victory over Eagles knew there was no chance of him stirring the pot when asked about the team's play-calling.”
“Scientists couldn't do that with X-rays, CT scans or MRIs until the relatively new step that enables researchers to measure the tiny metabolic changes that take place in an active part of the brain.”
“Larson said it's impossible to tell from the data whether X-rays, which use less radiation, or other tests could have been done instead of CT scans.”
“X-rays turned out to be negative, and it is home, resting comfortably.”
“The dental exam is tough and can be expensive, because you need X-rays showing that you don't have cavities or any spots that are weakening, but it's nothing a few fillings can't fix.”
“Initial imaging typically includes specific conventional X-rays and in many patients also includes an MRI examination.”
“After the game, X-rays revealed that he had broken his left fibula, and Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said Nishioka would have to be placed on the disabled list.”
“The X-rays are hazy and difficult to read, and there are days when there simply is no film to shoot the pictures on.”
“You can tell the latter by the myriad of notes from specialists, the discharge documents from prior hospitalizations, the bevy of reports on chest X-rays and CT scans and MRIs.”
“NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center explains why matter and X-rays are shooting out of the black hole:”
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