Category Archives: Diagnosis, Neurosurgery

Neurosurgery

We arrived at MGH around 8 PM on Friday night and at 12:30 AM on Saturday morning Lisa was wheeled into surgery to remove the 1.5-inch brain tumor. The tumor was at the back of the head at the base … Continue reading

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Turn the Car Around

On Friday evening around 6:00 PM, we checked Lisa out of St. Joseph Hospital and headed home. On the way we picked up some sushi takeout and we were looking forward to a quiet evening at home. We were 5 … Continue reading

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Plans of a Family Evening at Home

Lisa spent all day Thursday and Thursday night in St. Joseph hospital, Nashua NH.  They gave her intravenous meds to reduce the pain and, more importantly, reduce the swelling caused by the tumors, and thereby reduce her pain even more. … Continue reading

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The Thing You Fear The Most

Imagine a time in the future when there is the ultimate medical diagnostic scanner. You go to the doctor for your annual checkup. She has you walk through this machine, which can diagnose every possible medical problem. You go through … Continue reading

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