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Old 12th July 2019, 07:06 PM   #21
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Nothing wrong with my heart, except an iunusually high enzyme often related to heart attacks. When in hospital they looked at my heart siz ways from Sunday (including an inside-out, upside down sonogram) and could find nothing wrong. The operation was to fix an aneurysm they skipped when they 1st saved my life.
Apologies; my lack of clarity. Be that as it may, not exactly a minor op., so we're all just glad you're getting yourself right.

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I havenít been doing drivers since befaore cataract surgery. Surgery successful, but i am not fully back to treating drivers (i do have a backlog i have to get at real soon).
Excellent. Been missing some of those muscle-car colour schemes.
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So at this point the max size is mostly being dictated by depth with 2 feet being the max for astethics due to the placemen in the room.
Taller to ideally offset the driver at average seated ear height [1/3 or 2/5], wider [ideally at least 30"] to negate the need for BSC** and less depth if desired.

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