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1. I'm going to hospital for an X-rays.
2. We beamed the X-rays through the material.
3. X-rays have confirmed that he has not broken any bones.
4. X-rays are used by doctors to examine the bones or organs inside our body.
5. Soft tissue, such as flesh, allows X-rays through.
6. X-rays are beamed through the patient's body.
7. Can you come in for the X-rays on Friday?
8. X-rays can penetrate many objects.
9. The X-rays showed that she's in the clear.
10. The airport X-rays all unaccompanied baggage.
11. The X-rays showed some slight abnormality.
12. Her X-rays and CAT scans were normal.
13. The doctor studied the X-rays of her lungs.
14. Vast amounts of energy, from X-rays right through the spectrum down to radio waves, are escaping into space.
15. If necessary X-rays and blood tests will also be used to aid diagnosis.
16. The overuse of X-rays may be causing 250 deaths each year.
17. X-rays revealed a fracture.
18. X-rays were taken but proved inconclusive.
19. X-rays showed no fractures in his leg.
20. X-rays can be extremely damaging to living cells.
21. X-rays were greeted with uncritical enthusiasm.
22. They may include blood tests, X-rays or scans.
23. As a result they diffract X-rays diffusely.
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24. X-rays of affected joints may reveal erosions of bone and punched-out lesions representing urate deposits.
25. The doctor doesn't think I've broken a bone but he's waiting to see the X-rays.
26. This remarkable technology provides far greater clarity than conventional x-rays.
27. I had to go back for my checkup; they'd lost my X-rays.
28. She looked questioningly at the doctor as he studied her X-rays.
29. The silver inlays show up as pale areas because they are denser than brass to X-rays.
30. He also experimented with photography, and did significant early work with X-rays from 1896, and with radio waves from 1897.