If the normal Xrays scans, despite the low amount of radiation (equivalent to a few hours of background radiation, can be sufficient to cause a burning sensation, then I wonder if the much higher dose of a CT head scan can cause some adverse cognitive effects? Also, is it possible that the Xrays make the neurons fire at random?
closed as off-topic by steveLangsford, Chris Rogers, AliceD♦ Sep 30 '18 at 22:29
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