mpbser wrote:We are doing well, especially after going to MSK-Westchester yesterday afternoon for a blood draw that showed excellent progress with his hemoglobin. It is up to over 10.3!!! That is higher than Sunday last week when first in the ER in Vermont. With relief from that news, I got a great night's sleep last night and my husband is still sleeping as it's only 5:49 am.
As far as all those masses seen on the CT w/o contrast, we got a call from Dr. Kemeny yesterday around 2pm and she apparently had forgotten that she had told me on Friday that she wanted to see my husband today. I had uploaded the CT w/o contrast report to her office yesterday morning expressing the concerns that I expressed here in this thread. Thankfully, she called us in regard to this but said that she was unable to view the Albany Med Center scan (CT WITH contrast) because the MSK urgent care (their equivalent of an ER) did not have the CD that was sent down with my husband in the ambulance last Tuesday. She said they had "lost" it, but I am hoping that MSK's radiology department has it and is doing their own review, which they do whenever they receive a "foreign" scan. Their own radiologists will analyze the images and provide their own report. In the meantime, Dr. Kemeny said she wanted bloodwork. I told her we had already had an appointment at MSK-Westchester at 3:45 for labs and then treatment anyway so it made sense for us to go to that scheduled appointment. She agreed. She also said that she would like to see my husband's body absorb the blood more and do a repeat scan (CT WITH contrast) at MSK to get a better read when his body is more equalized. Makes total sense.
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