If you read our other blog, you may already know about our day on Monday. Other than being long and hectic, it was quite disappointing for Taylor. She went to Children's with the belief that she would be getting her cast off. Well, she did get her cast off, but she also got a new one put on. She will not be able to get out of the new cast until a special brace is made for her foot. Her transferred tendon needs to be protected for at least three months, but thankfully the doctor knows what torture it is for a kid to be in a cast for that long. However, if her brace doesn't get done quickly, she could be in the cast for the entire time anyway. We'll see. I've been on the phone every day this week trying to convince everyone to hurry, but so far I haven't gotten very far. Anyway, I promised to post photos of Taylor's foot, with and without the button. If you're not a big fan of surgical sights, you may not want to look. Also, I apologize for the pics. They were taken on my phone, as I forgot my camera. And, my phone was literally about to die.
Here is the last photo with her red cast. You can see the lines where they already cut it.
Here is the button that was sewn to the bottom of her foot. It was attached to the tendon that was transferred, holding it in place. The other white stuff is just the padding from the cast.
One view of the incisions. You can see how atrophied her leg is. I should have put her left leg next to it so you could see the difference.
The bottom of her foot without the button. You can see the indent, but you can't see how deep it was. The bump on the outside of her foot is actually smaller than it was before. We're hoping the surgery will help to correct that eventually.
The new pink cast. She really didn't want to smile, but I somehow made her laugh. She's such a trooper!
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