Yes, only of the first x-rays,
Not the industrial x-rays, which I've had done twice, on disk ( Ivey Cooper Imaging)
I have film cat scans, and twice had cat scans on disc.( former daughter in law, still friend of family, works at a urologist, did cat scans for me.
I don't understand some of what she has told me, something about that my home computer, and the transferring to a disc, doesn't show even nearly, all that she can see.
Also, she said that their machine is not even close to how good some CT's are.
Also, no, has not been industrial cat scanned.
The reason I am bringing this up is, this is vitally important Neurologically.
largely from perspective of ventricles.
Geologists might call them "vugs" but certain things such as all four ventricles and intraventricular foramina ( the connecting of the ventricles) and surrounding of the thalamus by the third ventricle, are extremely important.
To them, this is pretty close to a "that does it" to the question.
I've been hoping that a very prestigious llocal Neuro Radiologist will look some of the info in the ventricles over soon.
Suzanne feels that she has located three ventricles, and quite possibly, the fourth, as well as intraventricular foramina.
I'm wanting to get back into my studies of what I used to think was "midline shift, and to some degree, is.
Mostly, it would be better referred to as interhemispheric asymmetry, reverse torque with correct petalias.
I'm also going to study the dissimilarities.
Almost all study is similarities, but I'm feeling brave, and want to know what and why, the mostly minor, dissimilarities.
Slight angle variations occasionally, tilt and stretch degrees and comparisons.
A lot of this has already been done, but it's time to go at it some more.
Sorry about the Neuro rant, but it's pretty hard for me to disassociate it from neuro or geo, and most of my work on it has been neuro.