Parm’s Surgery Pictures

Here are the pictures from my surgery on June 26th, 2014.  The procedure began at 7:30am, and ended around 3pm.

1. Nurse with the tools which will be used during surgery
01_PS_Nurse_Tools

2. Moving me to the Surgical Table 1 of 2
02_PS_Surgical_Table

3. Moving me to the Surgical Table 2 of 2
03_PS_Getting_Settled

4. Nurse and Prep 2
04_Nurse_Tools_2

5. Moved to the Surgical Table
05_Getting_Ready_for_Surgery

6. Chest inflated.06_Butt_ChestPlease note that is my inflated chest, not my behind.  Note my face and arms.

7. Chest and Surgical Area prepped:
07_Prepped_Chest

8. First Incision
08_First_Incisions

9. Cutting through my belly fat.
09_Parm_Belly_Fat

10. Cutting through the abdominal Wall
10_Inscision_almost_complete

11. Surgeons and Clamps hard at work
11_Surgeons_and_clamps

12. Last Incisions before accessing the liver directly.
12_Last_Incision

13. Last Incisions before accessing the liver directly.
13_Last_Incision_2

14. Surgical Team examining the open abdomen.
14_Surgical_Team

15.  Surgical team surveying the Liver Landscape.
15_Clamped_Open_Belly

16. Bisecting the Liver begins.
16_Starting_to_Bisect_the_Liver_1

17. Slicing down the middle of the two lobes.
17_Starting_to_Bisect_the_Liver_2

18. A New Hope for my mother.  The portion of liver being removed will become my mother’s full liver.
18_A_New_Hope

19. Liver Donation tag-out.  Dr. Roberts tags out with the new portion of liver.
19_Liver_Donation_Removed

20. Prepping, cleaning, examining the portion of donation liver.
20_Donation_being_washed_prepped

21. More wash/prep.
21_Donation_being_washed_prepped_2

22. Tying up loose ends, closing me up.
22_Tying_off_Loose_ends

23. Healthy Liver, ready for transplant.
23_Healthy_Liver_ready_for_Transplant

24. Sewing up my abdominal wall.
24_Closing_me_back_up

25. A few more stitches here and there.
25_A_few_more_stitches

26. Recovery!
26_Post_Op

Click here to See pictures from my Mother’s Surgery.

2 thoughts on “Parm’s Surgery Pictures

  1. I don’t know how you did it but the photos were fascinating. Prayers included for your continued good recovery.

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