A scan

A scan

[′ā ‚skan]
(electronics)
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She was discharged after medics glued shut a cut in her skin without a scan being carried out.
We noted that once Mrs A was admitted to the ward, there was an unreasonable delay in obtaining a CT scan (a scan that uses X-rays to create detailed images of the inside of the body) of Mrs A's chest- abdomen.
Jackie Grant A patient may have survived if staff at Dumfries Infirmary had carried out a scan sooner, according to an ombudsman's report.
ENGLAND wicketkeeper Matt Prior will have a scan on his injured calf after he hurt it during the final day of the rainreduced tour match against Australia A in Hobart.
Prior felt tightness in his calf when attempting a quick single while batting on the final day of the Bellerive match, and may require a scan. Joe Root kept wicket for England as Prior stayed off the field during Australia A's first innings, and his fitness will be a concern for the tourists heading into their final pre-Ashes tour match against an Invitational XI starting on Wednesday in Sydney.
Finn, a key component in England's likely Test line-up here, exited proceedings on Tuesday morning and is expected to have a scan to identify the source of discomfort in his right leg.