Postnatal Surgery to Remove Fetal Lung Lesions (9 of 10)

>> THEY SAY, "IF THESE THINGS ARE NOT TAKEN CARE OF EARLY IN LIFE, THEY MAY TURN CANCEROUS OR THEY MAY HAVE OTHER PROBLEMS" SO I WAS A LITTLE CONCERNED

NOT THAT I WANTED HER TO HAVE THE SURGERY, BUT I WAS CONCERNED THAT LATER ON THAT SOMETHING WAS GOING TO HAPPEN AND I WAS THINKING, MAYBE IF I GO, THEY'LL TELL ME SHE DOESN'T NEED THE SURGERY ANYMORE >> IN BABIES THAT ARE ASYMPTOMATIC, WE TYPICALLY HAVE THEM RETURN TO CHOP AT 1 OR 2 MONTHS OF AGE AND HAVE A CT SCAN AND THAT GIVES US BETTER ANATOMIC RESOLUTION OF THE CCAM AND WE GO AHEAD AND SCHEDULE SURGERY FROM THERE IT'S ALWAYS DIFFICULT FOR PARENTS, AFTER THEY'VE HAD A BABY AT HOME FOR A MONTH OR TWO THAT ACTS LIKE A PERFECTLY NORMAL BABY, TO SUBMIT THE BABY FOR, YOU KNOW, A MAJOR OPERATION WE LIKE TO PERFORM SURGERY RELATIVELY EARLY TO AVOID ANY OF THE COMPLICATIONS THAT CAN OCCUR WITH CCAM IF IT'S LEFT INTACT

>> SO I DID COME, AND THEY SAID, "OF COURSE, SHE NEEDED TO HAVE THE SURGERY" TO SEE HER DEVELOPING THE WAY SHE IS–IT'S JUST AMAZING TO SEE HOW GOOD SHE'S DOING

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