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Fillings
Monday 30th April, 2007 02:21 Comments: 0
After watching the last couple of episodes of 3lbs that I'd recorded using Vista's Media Center (Sundays on BBC1? I told it to record the series so I'm not too sure when it's actually on), I couldn't help wonder how MRI machines would cope with my fillings, now that I'm well into double digits (11 of them, although two - or is it three? - of them are white). It turns out - according to many web pages found using Google - that it's generally fine, so I should be safe to get my head scanned when they discover I have a tumour in my head (okay, so it's quite unlikely, but I am a hypochondriac).
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