I have had several MRI's done (I know that is hard to imagine if you live in
Canada, given the scarcity of MRI equipment there and the prohibition
against private insurance, etc.).  Some of the techs have referenced their
own experience with this phenomenon, having watches fly across the room,
etc.

Jon

Marc A. Schindler wrote:
It couldn't have been a CAT scan, which is just a glorified, spinning x-ray
machine, basically. I heard it was an MRI. I don't dispute Stephen -- he
sounds
like he knows what he's talking about, but I can't remember any more than
what I
wrote.

[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

> Stephen Beecroft:
>
> >-Marc-
> >> ... a tech had inadvertently left an oxygen cylinder in the
> >> room, and when the MRI was turned on, it got sucked
> >> right into the core, killing the poor patient (a young boy)
> >> instantly.
>
> > Unless MRI technology has changed significantly in the
> > last 7-8 years, I find this a bit hard to swallow.
>
> I heard the story pretty much as Marc described it.  I didn't
> hear a retraction.  Maybe it wasn't an MRI or was a CAT
> scan or something, or maybe the report wasn't accurate,
> but I do remember hearing about it a few months ago on
> the radio and reading about it in the paper.

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