Nov 1,ECG: nodal tachycardia Oct 26,chest X-ray: lung marking of both lung was obvious Sep 14, gastroscope: 1.upper gastrointestinal bleeding,2.mucosa of the end of stomach eminence, varicose veins of the end of stomach3.HP negative Sep 12 ,upper gastrointestinal barium meal:no obvious varicose vein was found for the stomach and esophagus, Sep 9,UCG: hepatomegaly,damage of liver.Spleen and kidney was normal.no obvious engorged lymph node was found in abdomen cavity, abdominal dropsy(-) Sep 9,chest x-ray:lung marks was a bit obvious.
Have I lost you yet? I’m definitely lost. Lost in trying to figure out how this jumbling of medical terminology describes Linus. I mean, what on earth is ˜mucosa of the end of stomach eminence’? Of course I can ask a doctor. I can delve into his medical history (and I will if considering his adoption) to gain a better understanding of his physical well-being. But that would be a disservice to him if I stopped there, as it would only be telling me such a minuscule part of what makes Linus Linus. Linus is so much more than this cacophony of medical terms. He is so much more than MALE, DOB 8/10/2004, HEPATOMEGALY.
Let me tell you a little bit about Linus. Linus is a lover of the arts. He is a performer, an actor, and an artist. Check him out on stage, putting on a show (he’s on the left)! Linus enjoys performing, and is eager to explore different avenues of artistic expression.
Linus also loves to draw, and is quite good at it! What is this drawing of Linus? Is this a picture of a distant memory you have of your childhood before you lost all that was familiar? Or, is this a current dream of yours? A home to call your own and a sister to pick flowers with as the happy sun shines down on you both? Either way, I see happiness, I see optimism, I see Linus’ heart, in this drawing. I see so much more than MALE, DOB 8/10/2004, HEPATOMEGALY.
Linus is an artist. He is an actor. He is talented. He is a good listener. He is so much more than MALE, DOB 8/10/2004, HEPATOMEGALY. So, of course, ask your doctor what hepatomegaly is. But, more importantly, ask yourself why not. Why not bring this budding artist into your family and allow him to flourish in the home of his dreams?
Linus is available for adoption through Madison Adoption Associates. There is a $5,000 Bright Futures Grant available for the family who adopts Linus. Please email Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website at www.madisonadoption.org, for more information about Linus.