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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Monday 12 August 2002 (Day View) – X-Ray
12.08.2002 – Monday 12 August – X-Ray
- • I woke up around midday as per usual. Mum had phoned in the morning saying that she will be flying back this afternoon. Dad drove me to hospital for an X-Ray arriving around 3:30. The X-Ray shows that the pneumothorax has resolved a small amount, but that the effusion is somewhat larger, although this could be due in part to the decreased pleural space that it has to occupy as the lung takes up more space. The doctor phoned up Cairns and Townsville to confirm that I’ve been placed in a queue for treatment.
- • Mum arrived back after 5; we did a little shopping and then drove home. She’s very pleased to be back and a little sore.