April 26, 2021 by sandwichcontrol
From the innernet.
The word of the day is: Fistula.
|[ fis-choo-luh ]|
noun, plural fis·tu·las, fis·tu·lae [fis-choo-lee].
Pathology. a narrow passage or duct formed by disease or injury, as one leading from an abscess to a free surface, or from one cavity to another.
Surgery. an opening made into a hollow organ, as the bladder or eyeball, for drainage.
Veterinary Pathology. any of various suppurative inflammations, as in the withers of a horse (fistulous withers ), characterized by the formation of passages or sinuses through the tissues and to the surface of the skin.
Obsolete. a pipe, as a flute.
Do you have any idea how common anal fistulas are?
And it’s terrifying.
Yesterday we did a bunch of yard work with Beatle Sue And Stan Stan the Rockman.
Then it got hot outside and I was over it.
So I spent the rest of the day eating and reading.
I finished “Here” by Richard McGuire and started “Inside Moebius: Part 1” by Moebius.
And just like that it’s Monday.
Time to get back to work.
See ya’ tomorrow.
More soon. ~SC
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