Posterior Uveitis

Well, I got diagnosed with this thing called “posterior uveitis”;  it’s a really crummy inflammation of the retina that made my vision go from 20/20 to 20/200 in a week.  I tell you this not to garner sympathy, but to try out embedding video into this blogsite. 

Pray, kids, that you never get “posterior uveitis”, because this is what they do to you when you do:

yes indeedy, an INJECTION of steroids IN YOUR EYEBALL.

 Nice!

 Then I had to go back and do it again…this time with a little more direct approach.  Check out the Clockwork-Orange-Ludovico-Technique eye clamp in this anterior globe injection.

The good news is my vision is back to 20/20, so I can read the computer screen at XM which means I get to do another “Weird Medicine”!

Weird Medicine Addendum with Doctor Steve

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