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How many chest xrays needed for partner visa?


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Old 04-17-2014, 02:47 PM
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How many chest xrays needed for partner visa?

hi forum experts,

can I please ask, for the chest xray requirement, how many xrays does the doctor do?

its for my pregnant wife. we are likley going to do xray after she gives birth for safety reasons.

but we want to know, so that we are fully informed, how many xrays are there of the chest, incase we decide to do while she is pregant.

thank you for any answers

note: we just want the number please.


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