My neurosurgeon and his family

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My neurosurgeon and his family

Postby MichelleW » Wed Dec 15, 2010 9:16 am

Came across these online while looking at photography websites in the area... :)

http://jgphotography.ca/blog/fourney-fa ... otographer


He's just so wonderful in so many ways...
SM C1 to T8 15mm wide
Subarachnoid shunt 9/9/09 FAILED
Syringopleural shunt @T1-2 18/11/09.
Syrinx collapsed even more, revealing SUBARACHNOID CYST at T5/6
2nd syringopleural shunt planned for 11/2011
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Re: My neurosurgeon and his family

Postby wendi » Wed Dec 15, 2010 10:08 am

Way cool. He looks and sounds like and awesome man.

Wendi

PS: Love the VW bus!
ACM 7.5mm B4 TCS 2.4mm post op
TC ,TCS @ TCI on 1/3/08,
chronic sacrolitis
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Re: My neurosurgeon and his family

Postby Janice » Mon Dec 20, 2010 3:56 am

So cool! Thanks for sharing this great article. Maybe other folks in your area will check him out.
GOD Bless!
Janice

Thoracic: SM T3-T12 / Disc Buldge T7-T9 / Mild Scoliosis
Cervical: SM C2-C6 / DDD / Kyphosis
Hemangioma's: T9-T11 & L4

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