A Liver. A crazy, wacky liver. Living with my share of scars, but who doesn't? I don't want to bore you with all that, not when there's bone tumors, and De Quervain's tendonitis, not to mention this runaway arthritis stuff. Compared to all that, it seems like we have it not too bad down here in liverland.
Symptoms of Cirrhois of the liver-Billybob's troublesome condition
This is 'Not Billybob'- (bobby) where Billybob lives
Not feeling my best these days.
The Architecture of the Liver
The rib tumor
lytic lesion of the anterolateral left seventh rib
The creator of Theme Planet is Michael Sorrmann, one of the world's finest digital artists. Bobby fell in love with this short film during endless Google searches for roller coaster tracks, and a way to describe the " wild ride"
War on Doctors/Pain crisis-Blog of the Pain Relief Network
Welcome to PRN. We are a network of pain patients, family members of people in pain, physicians, attorneys, and activists who are working toward a day when people in pain will be afforded the simple dignity and compassion due all ill Americans.
Bobby's wife Sharon had her long awaited posterior fossa decompression surgery June 12, 2006. The surgery has not yet had the desired effect of curing a 5 year long headache, a result of Chiari malformation and Ehlers Danlose syndrome.
Falling down is also a gift
Annika is a brave girl, currently awaiting her third liver transplant. Moreena, her mother writes this blog, and it is Bobby's favorite
Jenn's Chiari World
Live Out Loud
My journey with the struggles of Chiari Malformation
DAANT Miracle Aimee, a liver transplant survivor.
The real life
Nancy is awaiting a liver transplant.
Had a kidney transplant in 2000, watched the field of transplantation swirl around me before and after, decided to start a blog about it.
HOW CAN I KEEP FROM SINGING?
Susan, a young mother writes about moving forward after a struggle with childhood illness, and ultimate loss and reminds us that this is just the middle of the night, not the end.
A MIDWIVE'S TALE
Live , Love, Laugh
Lace writes this blog about her brain tail, and is a Chiari survivor.
Chiari Malformation Blog
A brave fighter, Keesha illustrates her Journey through 14 surgeries. Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Tethered Cord Syndrome, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome have led her to become a patient advocacy specialist extraordinare.
And to my "left" is Clymenestra, Bobby's high school alum.
A political blog as fiery as habanero.
Bobby's favorite nurseblogs
Angel of death (c) 2004 Kristoffer Frisk is an artist who lives in a small town in northern Sweden called Harnosand. He is Bobby's favorite artist. This picture "the angel of death" is not a scary thing to Bobby, but rather a fact of life and reminder of one possible road, but not the current one. The current one is the road to a transplant, and an extension of his contract on earth.