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    Monkey, it appears that you are suffering from severe rope-limb disease!! Every limb is affected! This is very grave indeed... the only chance for you to live is a complete limb-ectomy!!!



    ACK!! I have never seen a case so bad in all my years of amputations!



    I must begin immediately!



    Please hold still, Monkey, I will make this quick and painless!



    Almost done...



    Success!!



    Now, for the other 3 limbs and tail...

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    way to go Dr. Henry! successful limb-ectomy...

    that was cute!!
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    Too funny! What great captions and expressions on Henry!

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    Dr. Henery, I am most impressed by your quick and accurate diagnosis, and immediate response to what was clearly a dire situation. I am also impressed by your clean surgical technique, obviously the patient did not fight back nor did he require anesthesia.

    Tell your Mom that your next collar should be a stethescope.
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    That is a very serious disease!! You should be very thankful that Doctor Henery was there to save the day!!!
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    Dr. Henery, Dr. Ranger here.* Excellent job on your first limb-ectomy.* I think you are ready to proceed with the more complicated combination limb and honker -ectomy.* Here are a few photos of this operation that I performed.* I hope you will find it helpful.

    Starting the operation...


    Midway through the operation; note the skillful way I am working on the honker, very minimal trauma to the patient


    The results;* very clean incision and the resulting honker, stuffing, and limb.


    Good luck, Doctor.

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    DefaultRe: Rope-limb disease!! (7 pics)

    you are hysterical Felica...


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    LOL @ Ranger!!! ;D

    Dr.Ranger, Dr. Henery here! What a successful extraction of the honker and associated stuffing! Did you use a laparoscopic (oops, I meant LABaroscopic!) approach? Your incision was minimally invasive, and the patient required no restraint at all! Excellent!!

    I have done honker extraction before but it required complete beheading and I had to crack open the abdomen of the patient. Needless to say, Goose did not survive.

    I must work on my fine-motor skills, yes?






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    I SO needed this laugh today! Thank you, Drs. Henery and Ranger!

    Poor Monkey. That ropectomy didn't look so clean. We had a similar case in our clinic a while ago; I think the patient died of septic shock.

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    Dr. Henery,

    You need to start directly over the honker. It isn't necessary to remove the head. Take small, concentrated bites. You don't have to sacrifice speed for neatness. I literally did this is less than half an hour. I could have continued but the staff literally took the patient swiftly to recovery after the honker was removed.

    Dr. Ranger

    (By the way, if your patient requires any dental work, I know a great little dentist, Dr.Darwin, DDS.)

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