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2014-01-07 01:17:41 PM  
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Russ1642: I thought "-otomy" meant you removed a part of the body. If you put it back shouldn't the procedure be called something else? I would think a craniotomy involves the use of a guillotine.


According to this:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_surgical_procedures  "surgical incision"

I thought you were right, so I looked it up.  Learned something new!  Calling it a day.
2014-01-07 01:21:16 PM  
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One summer back when I was a house framer, a guy on the crew nailed his hand to the top of a header while on a 10 ft stepladder. Of course, he and I were finishing up the punch list so there was only the one ladder and no one else around. So I had to climb up that ladder in its awkward position, which he was already at the top of (which is the reason why he nailed his hand in the first place) and pull that nail before we both fell off the precarious ladder and he tore his hand open. I'm glad to say it all worked out. He got a tetanus booster and was back at work the next day.

But man, oh man. That was no fun.
2014-01-07 12:42:34 PM  
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2014-01-07 12:34:39 PM  
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