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Tuesday 28 March 2023 Dublin: 13°C

# X-ray

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# X-ray
Cricket Ireland reveal extent of captain Balbirnie's foot injury ahead of T20 World Cup
The injury was sustained while batting in yesterday’s loss to the UAE in Dubai.
# Coronavirus
Concerns raised after Cork doctors, rather than radiographers, did x-rays on patients with coronavirus symptoms
Junior doctors at Cork University Hospital were left having to do chest x-rays instead of the radiographers.
# Co Kerry
'His family believes that if his cancer was detected in any of the 3 x-rays, his prognosis wouldn't be terminal'
Thousands of scans affecting 26,000 patients were reviewed – of those, 11 people’s cancer diagnoses were delayed, it was found.
# Dental Plan
British dentists aren't happy about a plan to check child migrants' ages by their teeth
The British Dental Association said Davies’ demands were “inappropriate and unethical”.
# whoosh
Watch some water droplets be vaporised by a powerful X-ray laser
It was done to help better understand explosions caused by X-rays, information that could be used for future experiments.
# Dublin
Girl (11) awarded €35k in damages after getting finger trapped in seat
The girl’s hand became trapped while she was at a play.
# Wexford General Hospital
Mass recalls of colonoscopy patients reveals further cancer risk with patients
Surgeon with the hospital, Kenneth Mealy, said that “issues have arisen in a small number of patients”.
# vaseline
These world-changing discoveries were made by accident
That includes LSD…
# bird of prey
This protected falcon had to be euthanised after being shot in Wexford
The National Parks and Wildlife Service said the deliberate killing of birds of prey seems to be on the rise.
# carat ireland
What's it like to wear Google Glass for a week in Ireland?
You’ll be looked at – a lot – and you won’t find it useful for planning a trip on the bus, but it IS fun…
# Ouch
Incredible X-ray shows chainsaw stuck in man's neck
The tree trimmer survived the accident in Pittsburgh and is now recovering.
# go to jail
This dog ate the dog Monopoly piece
Did it even pass Go?
# Relief
Kerry's Declan O'Sullivan gets all-clear after x-ray on jaw injury
The Kingdom also have injury concerns over Eoin Brosnan and Jonathan Lyne.
# Health
University of Limerick scientists invent new metal to 'significantly reduce patient trauma'
Scientists in Limerick have invented a new metal that will make medical devices inside the body more visible under x-ray, resulting in “significantly” reducing patient trauma and hospitalisation time.
Donegal defender McGee set for scan on knee injury
The Allstar winner now faces an MRI after undergoing an x-ray last night.
# hurt locker
NFL player tweets X-ray of what his mangled finger looked like during the playoffs
Walk it off, dude.
# x-ray vision
New York police try out high-tech tool to detect hidden guns
The device can detect hidden metal from a distance and will allow police officers to scan people who may be concealing a gun.
# Update
Shefflin set to undergo tests on injured ankle
The star was injured in Ballyhale Shamrocks’ game against Oulart-the-Ballagh at the weekend.
# Out of Action
Cox set for two-month spell on the sidelines
Forest manager Sean O’Driscoll confirmed that the Ireland striker won’t require surgery.
NASA prepares to launch mission to hunt down black holes
High energy X-ray vision will be used in new orbiting telescope to “open a whole new window on the universe”.
# Terrorism
Explainer: How will airport security fight terrorist threats in the future?
Infra-red scanners, behavioural profiling: what will terrorists of the future be up against? And will it work?
# Brazil
Irish man charged with drug smuggling at Brazil airport
An image has been released of 72 cocaine packages allegedly inside the man’s stomach.
# Ouch
Man survives being impaled on pruning shears... through eye socket
Leroy Luetscher, 86, was gardening when he fell on the tool – which went through his eye and into his head.
# Northern Ireland
NI X-ray delay meant two late cancer diagnosis cases
A major backlog of X-ray delays in the Northern Irish health system meant at least there two late diagnoses of cancer.