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I was browsing, doing my normal research about Sarcoidosis and came across this website of interest. It lists the many notable people in America that have been diagnosed and also those Snowflakes that have passed on. Click on the link below and take a look.
These photos were taken before and after the completion of surgeries on my sinus and both eyes. You can see the large granuloma masses above each eyes and there was also a large mass below the right eye. The operation was done while I was sedated but alert. My Ophthalmologist and I laughed and talked during the whole surgery. The surgery to my sinuses was done three days prior. You see cotton in my right ear due to pain. The third procedure performed by my Otolaryngologist was better than the first two. What you cannot see is the drainage tubes that are stitched within each nostril. Having to use 24 hr. oxygen support is difficult during this time. Had to sleep in a sitting position until they were removed.
These surgeries were performed in 2006.