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X-ray shows white spots in eye. Is flash possible on x-ray?

Hi, i previously went for my first eye test as i felt my eyesight was not worsening but felt like it was harder to focus on things and they hurt. i had an xray and there were white spots/marks in only one of my eyes and the dr had never seen this before so i was refered to a consultant where he decided it was from the flash. But i am just a little confused as to surely the technology is made not to show flash up on the xray and before he did any tests he said i had a slight prescription but it was up to me whether i wanted it or not but i didn t take as i didn t want to make my sight worse and i didn t really know wether it would help. I would just like to know whether flash is possible to show up on the xray as the consultant wasn t too sure either to what it was and assumed it was the flash he said it was near the blood vessels of my eyes. Thanks. Jess
Asked On : Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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xray of what ???? it might be artefact
Answered: Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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