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My husband is 52 years old and underwent a lobectomy in APRIL 2002 (which had gone badly due to a golden staphilococcus and purulent pleurisy - 57 days of hospitalization including 3 weeks in a sterile room). He had resumed work Half-time therapeutic (driver-deliverer) and pneumonectomy on 18 AUGUST 2003 following a new nodule. This intervention went very well (I think as it was the same surgical team he was extremely well followed) Since then he no longer works, he is very out of breath and he was removed a brain metastasis on January 6, 2004. A new one appeared at the level of the cerebellum and is inoperable It has just undergone 20 sessions of radiotherapy, it had already had 20 in March 2004 and currently it is very tired, it is under cortisone, loses the balance and has strong headaches But he is there and he is fighting, he still wants to believe in medicine. If he had not had recurrences other than the lungs, I think he would be fine because he had recovered well from his operation of August 18, 2003 and being a sporting person and beating he began to resume a life virtually normal ( Maybe he could have reworked probably in another trade (storekeeper for example) but now there is no more question, I worry I prefer it to the house but still there.Penuse me for being so talkative But I wish you a very good recovery and find your life before. Check here for theBest Rhinoplasty Surgeon in Las Vegas, or a nose surgery on Facebook.
One case is not the other, I had a pneumonectomy in June 2001, I spent one month in a rehabilitation center, which helped me a lot, and 1 year after the operation, Was 99% of normal at the blast level. I was quite sporty before the operation, which had to help me a lot, and I do not do what I did before, jogging, biking, etc. But I can lead a normal life at this level .
I have difficulties to make my message to you. I would like to thank you very much for your message. We have a 50-year-old friend who underwent pneumonectomy last Wednesday and we wanted to know about this procedure. You reassured us. We'll let him see your message. We have a lot of courage and patience to respond