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17 surgery-bone problems-18 years old

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  • Posted By: kyledavis
  • November 13, 2006
  • 02:42 PM

19 years old
Born with congenital cataracts, failed to thrive, removed eye lens at birth, developed glaucoma, one detach retina, many broken bones, febrile seizures until 11 years, possible sticklers syndrome?, positive for actinomycois - penicillin for 18 months-current problem, 4’9, 96 lbs-not expected to grow any taller, sever arthis in hips, oste-opena.

When he goes off the penicillin he has these stinky cheese balls come up from his throat???

Angie Angelo


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