Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Study Time

As part of a FIFA study, four players - Mykell Bates, Brandon Zimmerman, Abdusalam Ibrahim and Tommy Meyer - were chosen to get MRIs taken in order to study the age of their bones, specifically their wrists. FIFA hopes that in the future, similar tests could be used to determine the age of youth players.

The guys said that the hospital was pretty nice, and they were in the MRI tube for about 15 minutes. No big deal. It's interesting to think about what is possible with modern medicine.

EDIT: Yes, we know this is not an MRI picture. We don't understand MRI pictures.

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