Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) reported his ocular perceiver surgery went well after a follow-up visit with his surgeon. “Last week, I had my follow-up visit with my surgeon, which went very well,” he tweeted in a verbalization.
“To our palliation, my retina was still in place during my follow-up appointment. I can hoist my head up again and no longer have to position myself face-down, which is an assuagement. This is conspicuously good news, but it doesn’t mean we are out of the woods yet,” he verbally expressed.
“I still cannot visually perceive much other than lights and shadows, rudimentally, as I am still in the early stages of my instauration. I am not sure how my vision will be in a few weeks. But I am hopeful and confident it will return to mundane,” he perpetuated.
Crenshaw expounded about the surgery. “During the surgery, they put a ‘silicone buckle’ around my retina and utilized a laser to ‘glue’ around the edges of my retina,” the Texas member verbalized.
He perpetuated, “When they did that, they needed to keep my retina in place, which is why they injected a gas bubble into my ocular perceiver to act as a bandage for my retina and avert further detaching.”
“That is why I cannot optically discern anything right now and won’t be able to visually perceive anything for the next few weeks until the gas bubble dissipates,” Crenshaw verbalized. “I still have a while to go afore I am plenarily recuperated.”
Crenshaw promulgated on April 10 he underwent an emergency ocular perceiver surgery and would be efficaciously blind for about a month. “The 37-year-old Navy veteran lost his right ocular perceiver and sustained damage to his left in 2012 when a homemade bomb exploded during his deployment in Afghanistan,” Breitbart News reported.
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