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Re: [gallstones] SURGERY-STONEFREE
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Re: [gallstones] SURGERY-STONEFREE

From: "Ira L. Jacobson"
Date: Tue, 16 Apr 2002 12:46:43 +0300
Subject: [gallstones] Re: SURGERY-STONEFREE


First, I wish you a speedy recovery. I presume that you ha laparascopy
performed by a gastrologist, so by now you are certainly home and
probably nearly fully recovered.

>I saw the cut open gallbladder before it was sent to the lab. The
>inside had some clear-whitish like puss inside. The walls were dark
>and rough looking, bulbous. Not smooth. Hundreds of blackish grainy
>stuff was inbedded into the walls and floating in the liquidy stuff.
>I'm not a doctor but I will ask him more about it on Thursday when I
>get my stitch out. I was a little out of it after the surgery.

I wonder if and how these phenomena were observed on ultrasound prior to
your operation. Did you and the physician expect to find them?

I'd be interested in hearing from you what brought about the decision and
what surprises, if any, there were when the operation had been
performed. Were there any assumptions that you had made that were proved
either correct or incorrect?

And most importantly, although this might still be a bit early, can you
take one step backward (figuratively) and comment on how this experience
has affected your way of thinking and how has your approach to the
liver-GB-stone-flushing universe either remained unchanged or has indeed
undergone any modification.

And how your advice to the rest of us has or has not changed.

Once again, I wish you the best of health and a speedy and full recovery.


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