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The new CT imaging is fantastic.   They’re apparently using pseudocoloring to illustrate all that doctory stuff; I don’t know what it means.  But here’s a great illustration from my CT from last week, showing the bony growths at the end of my stump.  That one sticking out PAST where the tibia was originally sawed off, is what causes me all sorts of pain with every single step.   It’s pushed out the side of my stump and there’s a never-healing sore on the place where the spike hits the inside of the skin.   Miserable.  But with this imaging, it’s pretty darned interesting.  🙂

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