(just my reference index card: we were allowed one)

PARTIAL SURGICAL HISTORY

(RELATED TO NEUROFIBROMATOSIS II)

DATE DESCRIPTION

03/09  Right temporal lobe craniotomy and tumor removal; Dr. Thomas C. Witt, Dr. Richard T. Miyamoto; Indiana University Hospitals (IUH), Indianapolis

03/07 Right posterior frontal-anterior parietal meningioma; Dr. Michael B. Pritz, IUH, Indianapolis

05/04 Left parietal craniotomy and tumor removal (approximately 5cm convexity meningioma attached to the dura); Dr. Michael B. Pritz; IUH, Indianapolis

01/04 Left upper eyelid gold weight placement (1.2 gram), Left lower eyelid retraction repair with Gore-Tex interpositional graft, Left suborbicularis oculi fascia lift; Dr. Richard Burgett; IUH, Indianapolis

06/03 Brachial plexus; Dr. Robert L. Campbell; IUH, Indianapolis

07/98 Suboccipital removal of left, recurrent, cerebellar pontine angle tumor compressing the brain stem; Dr. Richard T. Miyamoto, Dr. Robert L. Campbell; IUH, Indianapolis

08/96 Diagnostic laparoscopy; Dr. Thomas J. Howard; IUH, Indianapolis

08/96 Ventriculoperitoneal shunt; Dr. Robert L. Campbell; IUH, Indianapolis

08/96 Decompression of the internal auditory canal; Dr. Richard T. Miyamoto, Dr. Robert L. Campbell; IUH, Indianapolis

08/96 Left suboccipital craniectomy with subtotal removal of acoustic tumor and unroofing of internal auditory meatus; Dr. Robert L. Campbell; IUH, Indianapolis

12/95 Translabyrinthine removal of acoustic neuroma, microdissection, abdominal fat graft, insertion of auditory brain stem implant; Dr. Richard T. Miyamoto, Dr. Robert L. Campbell; IUH, Indianapolis

06/95 Excision of schwannoma, grossly complete, right tibial nerve; Dr. Robert L. Campbell; IUH, Indianapolis

11/91 Suboccipital removal of right acoustic neuroma and jugular foramen neuroma; Dr. Richard T. Miyamoto, Dr. Robert L. Campbell; IUH, Indianapolis

11/91 Right suboccipital craniectomy with gross total removal of the right 11th nerve neurinoma and gross total removal of right acoustic neurinoma with preservation of facial and cochlear nerves anatomically; Dr. Robert L. Campbell, Dr. Richard T. Miyamoto; IUH, Indianapolis

3 Responses to “Wigwam/Teepee/Two Tents”

  1. Rebecca Says:

    Awesome! You have a blog! I just found it now! I am so glad you started blogging. I have not been able to read anything yert as I just found it at this moment and must get to bed.

    I will add you to my list of favorites and check in on you. I am really looking forward to reading your blog. I love your writing and your perspectives on things!

    Okey doke! Have a great week! I hope you are doing well!

    – Beck :o)

  2. przybysz Says:

    Thanks, Beck! You were the official first sentient commenter on anomalous adventures!!!

    I think blogging was a predictable direction for me, even though I’m not sure what direction that is.

    I’ve already deviated from my own system and organizational structure. But then I probably meant to do that.

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