So, I went in for X-Rays last week as part of a post-procedure checkup to see if the Lithotripsy did what it was supposed to do. — For those of you just tuning in, I’ve been dealing with an uncooperative right kidney for almost a decade. After three procedures, each with varying degrees of success, I underwent lithotripsy in order to remove the last of the debris that was floating around in there.
According to the report, there’s still some “scattered calcific densities” floating around but the large 8mm behemoth is gone. Yay!
Here’s the thing, though. Have you ever read your own medical records? If you haven’t, you better make sure you’ve got a sense of humor. A cup of espresso wouldn’t hurt either as there’s a lot of repetition and technical language. But the sense of humor is important because, well… Here’s a quote from my X-Ray report…
The bowel gas pattern is normal… The bones are grossly unremarkable.
Say what!? For the sake of decency, I’ll leave my bowel gas pattern to the professionals, but my poor bones. — They say beauty is only skin deep but, apparently, my bones are “grossly unremarkable”.
Ah well. It made me laugh and I hope it did you too. 🙂
unremarkable is good…means nothing unusual
this is a great post, shows creative thought of which you have lots 🙂
You made my day! 🙂
🙂 🙂 🙂