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Majority of Skull X-ray utilization in September was 10.
He was taken to hospital where he had a skull X-ray and a neck X-ray but they were both normal.
Since then he's had dizzy spells and despite a skull X-ray showing nothing, I want him to stop playing rugby.
Morley Benstead, aged 41, was taken to Torbay Hospital after the incident in May 1998 but no skull X-ray was carried out, his counsel Robin Oppenheim told Mr Justice Davis in London yesterday.
At hospital I had a skull X-ray and in the morning underwent a scan, which was worrying.
Medical experts have taken us from the basic skull X-ray to the MRI Scan, which is currently the best form of detection of abnormalities.
But whereas once we relied on a skull X-ray, now we have extremely accurate scans that can spot a haematoma when it's still quite small.
She wanted me to arrange a skull X-ray and proposed keeping the child awake until it was done.