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    could you please tell me what does "electronically" refer to in the following sentence:

    The company reserves the right to request source documents and/or inspect the xrays electronically during the initial data entry.

    Does it refer to the "inspection of xrays" or also to the "source documents"?

    Thanks a lot!


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    Smile Re: meaning

    Morning Hanka.

    It seems that only the x-rays may be electonically inspected.

    I would say that the sentence is inherently ambiguous and should be better organised, but my take on this would be as stated.

    Plus, it would be logical to expect that x-rays can be electonically inspected.


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