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I clicked don the link and nothing came up???


Word of the Day for 1/20/14 is Asparagus.  This site if frustrating.  I was sent a link and it didn't open up for me to add my comment of the day.


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hook me up with Joey lol I love a determined man cause he was cute before but his determination was such a turn on and inspiration


Word of the day     READ




Word of  the day is read

Julie Mcvey

On dr.phil , he talks of a. Chamber of some sort for people with p.t.s.d. Do u know about this? I feel hopeless most days. Julie


can you tell me about x ray head 

my brother talk x ray for head doctor say 

RT temporal lobe showing small single cortical T2 hyperintense persistant on flair weighted image no definite enhancement after contrast significance

periventricular around occipital horn few small white matter T2 hyperintense spots suggestive for myelination disorder leucody strophy 

normal cerebellum no sol 

centered interhemispheric fissure and no midline shift

no extra axial collection seen 

normal thalamus and basal ganglia 

normal ventricular system and basal cistern no hydrocephalus

clear symmetrical CP  angles and IAC


Can't wait to watch the show on Epidermolysis Bullosa, as that is what my son and I both have!!!!

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