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X-ray in Hospital topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishX-rayX-ray1 /ˈeks reɪ/ ●●○ noun [countable]  1 MHa beam of radiation(1) that can go through solid objects and is used for photographing the inside of the body2 MHa photograph of part of someone’s body, taken using X-rays to see if anything is wrong The X-ray showed that her leg was not broken.3 MHa medical examination made using X-raysradiography I had to go to hospital for an X-ray. a chest X-ray
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X-rayKemp was taken to the hospital for X-rays of his arm.However, X-ray analysis has shown that all these forms of carbon consist of small graphite-like crystals.We'll have to take some X-rays to make sure there are no broken bones.All Jason needs now is another set of braces as well as special X-rays to track his progress.They may include blood tests, X-rays or scans.And unlike X-rays and other sorts of scanning there is no surgery or radiation.When X-rays were taken there sure enough was a needle.