Sunday, January 4, 2009

January 4, 2009

Ok - here's the story!

We have surgery tomorrow. They are planning to do two things. First, they will remove the fixator on her left foot. She's pretty thrilled - it has been driving her crazy! Second, they are going to do the bone graft in her right leg. They'll take some bone from her hip (the doc said Mom will hate him for a few days), combine it with some donor bone, add some synthetic bone protein, and fill the hole! Surgery should take about 3 hours. It is currently scheduled for 8am, but we all know how that goes. I'll let you know when we hear anything.

They've told us she should be in the hospital 2-4 days after surgery, but shouldn't need to go to rehab when she's done.

Here we go again!!!!

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