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    Snow Walker
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    Very good information, Thank You!

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  • survivalcookie
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    I really thought gall bladder.
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    Last edited by survivalcookie; 05-21-2011, 12:12 AM.

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  • PT945
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    Originally posted by badkarma View Post
    have you read "Where There is No Doctor"? IT's free in pdf form. Also check out Where there is no dentist.
    I have both of them they are excellent books to have.

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  • maric
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    Originally posted by badkarma View Post
    have you read "Where There is No Doctor"? IT's free in pdf form. Also check out Where there is no dentist.
    fantastic books! we keep a copy!

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  • slowz1k
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    Wow... Just read this post... Never would have come up with that dignosis.

    Originally posted by badkarma View Post
    have you read "Where There is No Doctor"? IT's free in pdf form. Also check out Where there is no dentist.
    Thanks for this tip Badkarma,
    Got them both downloaded and printed. Good stuff.

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  • PT945
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    The clinical name for the episode is costo-transverse sprain.
    Its a sprain of the ribs ( go figure) can be caused by sleeping in a weird of different position, moving the wrong way, or a violent cough or sneeze can cause this. The treatment is the same as for any sprain.

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  • badkarma
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    have you read "Where There is No Doctor"? IT's free in pdf form. Also check out Where there is no dentist.

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  • PT945
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    You want the actual diagnosis or all wanna. Keep playing.

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  • Echo2
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    Originally posted by Diesel View Post
    it's a STONE damn it! game over ;)
    The Mrs has gall blatter issues that present like that....still....better to get it checked out.....do you have access to a medic or doc?

    May be related to prior breaks....but might not.

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  • Diesel
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    it's a STONE damn it! game over ;)

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  • PT945
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    First thought was a SPT. primary exam shows both lungs functional and clear. Heart sounds good. Pulse is a little rapid but normal due to the level of pain.blood pressure normal.

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  • Adirondack1
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    I was going to say either pneumo or hemothorax due to ruptured brocheoles or arteries or atrerioles in the lung.

    Another possibility would be inflammation of the diaphragm due to an unknown cause...

    If any internal bleeding or escape of air into the pleural cavity I would say evac ASAP or go find a vet.....

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  • PT945
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    The pain is responsive to hydrocodone

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  • Globalwarmer
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    fibromyalgia, and you are allergic to all known pain meds except for dilaudid.

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  • PT945
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    After further questioning Subject reported an injury to his ribs a year ago October, he broke 4 ribs # 3 thru 6. Also has emphysema.

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