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thanks, T and Stitchy... right now I think the doctor's just making sure there is nothing wrong and she's just making sure that thing she saw in the x-ray's nothing.
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^Thanks.
quick question... is your daughter going to be tall? are your wife/you/immediate family tall? this could literally just be growing pains especially since she's at that earlier girls growth spurt age range.
couple the rapid growth and pains involved with it and a lowered tolerance of pain seen in children and its really tough to figure out - in lieu of a real pathologic process.
when bones are growing rapidly at the epiphyseal ends it can manifest as pain. ask any really tall person about joint pain as a child and they usually all have some sort of horrible story about it - which usually goes away when they hit mid-late 20s.

nope, she's definitely not on the tall side, and my wife and I are your typically short azns. kid's a bit on the heavy side, though. she's been complaining about her knees since maybe late last year/early this year and I've been thinking this is growing pain and/or because she's crossed the overweight line for her age/height. also thought it was osgood-schlatter and I looked up juvenile arthritis.... her radiographic report says she has "linear densities at the medial aspect of the distal third of both femurs" and this is what the rheumatologist wants to do an mri on. I do hope its just growing pain, then again both my folks have arthritis.

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and to finish my day here, today was the first time after I started working in 93, that I took the day off because of shit at work that would be too complicated/upsetting/private/shitty to write here and just cool my heels. and now I'm too lazy and tired to even go out to the bar 2 minutes from here and grab a beer.
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Maybe if you treated him like a person and not a 'report' he might not feel so de-motivated.

yes, maybe I should start refering to them as my "hunny-bunies" instead of my "reports"

GT, you sound almost like you doubt the great Fang's pronouncements? Dangerous territory, dangerous my friend.
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and to finish my day here, today was the first time after I started working in 93, that I took the day off because of shit at work that would be too complicated/upsetting/private/shitty to write here and just cool my heels. and now I'm too lazy and tired to even go out to the bar 2 minutes from here and grab a beer.

Sorry to hear that, man.

As for me, I am counting down the days until my new fellowship begins.
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As for me, I am counting down the days until my new fellowship begins.

Moar details please. Btw, have you seen the list of distinguished fellows from your current fellowship program?
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thanks, T and Stitchy... right now I think the doctor's just making sure there is nothing wrong and she's just making sure that thing she saw in the x-ray's nothing.
nope, she's definitely not on the tall side, and my wife and I are your typically short azns. kid's a bit on the heavy side, though. she's been complaining about her knees since maybe late last year/early this year and I've been thinking this is growing pain and/or because she's crossed the overweight line for her age/height. also thought it was osgood-schlatter and I looked up juvenile arthritis.... her radiographic report says she has "linear densities at the medial aspect of the distal third of both femurs" and this is what the rheumatologist wants to do an mri on. I do hope its just growing pain, then again both my folks have arthritis.
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and to finish my day here, today was the first time after I started working in 93, that I took the day off because of shit at work that would be too complicated/upsetting/private/shitty to write here and just cool my heels. and now I'm too lazy and tired to even go out to the bar 2 minutes from here and grab a

beer.

good luck acid
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acidboy, does she have to go all the way in, or only her legs?
If only the later maybe you are allowed to leave her with an IPod and it won't affect the machine?

Lawrence, all the best for your mom!
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I think the magnetic field is strong enough to pull the iPod. And if that's not the case, I guess it will somehow mess up the headphones.
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Pio, it is a two-year program but the chief physician told me that with my knowledge and skill set, I should be able to breeze through it a year and a half (his words, not mine).
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thanks, guys. really appreciate it.
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Pio, it is a two-year program but the chief physician told me that with my knowledge and skill set, I should be able to breeze through it a year and a half (his words, not mine).

That's interesting that you can shorten a fellowship, Neo. You are indeed special. So what area is this fellowship in? Neurosurgery?
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acid, does your daughter have any signs of claustrophobia? If not, I'm sure she will be fine in the MRI.
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GT, you sound almost like you doubt the great Fang's pronouncements? Dangerous territory, dangerous my friend.

OH MY !!
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That's interesting that you can shorten a fellowship, Neo. You are indeed special. So what area is this fellowship in? Neurosurgery?

It is going to be at one of the top neurosurgical hospitals in Europe. I am not one to brag but it's super-prestigious. I'm very excited about it.
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Maybe you could implant a chip to my brain like in the matrix?
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That's interesting that you can shorten a fellowship, Neo. You are indeed special. So what area is this fellowship in? Neurosurgery?

I think we may be misinterpreting the word "fellowship" here. If I recall correctly dear Neo is not a native speaker of the English language.

Neo, when you say "fellowship" are you referring to a relationship with a fellow?
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