I am a bigger guy so I'm worried about complications. I met with one of the Northwestern surgeons when I was first diagnosed and I felt pretty comfortable with him.
I'd love to hear your thoughts cuz I'm not sure what to do.
With the tumour in your caecum, is the proposed surgery a right hemicolectomy?
My surgery was an unexpected and unscheduled emergency and, quite by chance, one of my surgeons was Adam Skidmore, who I later found out
is also one of Australia's most experienced bariatric (obesity) surgeons. Now, I am in Melbourne Australia but as you are concerned about
complications because you are a plus-sized dude, I thought I'd mention it, so you can check out who might have dual qualifications in your
neck of the woods.http://www.vosc.com.au/