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Apr 30, 2007, 11:23 AM
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Cancer terrorism


Well, OK. Pain in our left arm started a few weeks ago and grew until it was pretty unbearable. It was periodic since 1995 but this time it was horrible. Finally figured out it's probably from dancing with R.H.II.

The prolonged left arm raising from dancing has aggravated a cyst from 1995. Apparently it never improved and we just avoided it by not using our left arm the last 11 years.

The treatment is a long, hard surgery campaign involving steroids which kill our emotional reserve. Suppose the need to finally have medical insurance should be enough motivation to stop thinking about Kalman filters and focus on Web 2.0 scripts.

Otherwise, we have to dance less with R.H.II, get Her to hold up our left arm, or avoid the closed position. The loss of that emotional support is a tough one to reconcile with the chance of a fracture.

Miraculously our scan of the cyst survived for 11 years, on a 1.44MB floppy, in none other than raw tar format. It was scanned long before anyone knew about digitizing X-rays but we thought digitizing X-rays was valuable. Still a complete waste of time like Kalman filters. Take a look.
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Apr 30, 2007, 07:47 PM
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Looks like a nice aneurysmal bone cyst. The "soap bubble" is typical. They usually are asymptomatic unless the bone fractures. Had surgery on it? Often they scoup out the insides and pack the cavity with bone chips.

Romain


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