one of the CT images that was "flagged"
the "wand" they use to adjust the LP shunt valve
I really didn't expect such long incisions. But they should flatten out when the stitches come out
the most PAINFUL one of all is definitely the incision in the front. Pants are a problem.
so my device migrated and had to be moved -- now I have two scars here which I think is uncommon!!!
after an epicardial ablation -- there was a BALLOON protecting my phrenic nerve. scary stuff!
I didn't even know pressure bandages were possible here, but, they are!
my cardiologist assured me I wouldn't need one of THOSE.
I had more holter monitors than you can shake a stick at! one for 30 days even. never again!!!
my cardiologists explination of a sinus node ablation ;p