Just talked to my daughter this morning. She could not think of any
reason that the operator would know to warn you of heat.
Perhaps after a long series of scans, or if you had contact with the
equipment, or if you had your arms so they formed a loop.
It could also be that the equipment is different than what she uses.
Their place uses GE. Pillips or whatever could be different. So many
variables. Guess you could ask the operator why he/she mentioned it.
Reminds me of when I was setting up a pc for a new client. She had all
kinds of questions about pc's and software etc. and I knew maybe one
answer out of a dozen. Finally she said "and you are in charge here?" So
easy not to see the trees when looking at the forest.
Sorry I couldn't help,
Leaving for the gym and the thrift store route, here in LHC.
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