RE: [political-graveyard] Re: Cause of death
- I have began an Obit WIKI at my job at a local library. I enter the obits I find in my city and I always list the cause of death unless it is a suicide. Our database is from 1908 to present and I will have job security forever just entering them all. LOL I have several databases I use, plus all the printed and filed obits we have from all those years that I continue to add to as well. I try to be a sensitive as I can because I know that if people read them, they do not want gore. I also have several pages of medical terms for our Genealogy Collection. I will check and see what this means if it says. Have a blessed Day, Judy
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Word #2 & #3 are Rectal Fistula. Can't figure out the first word. Looks like it might be venio.
As an aside, while I was searching google for medical terms, and ad for a local medical clinic popped up.
Big Brother Google is watching.
At 11:02 AM 6/2/2013, Lawrence Kestenbaum wrote:
>On Sun, Jun 2, 2013 at 10:23 AM, fieldmarshaldj[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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>> If "bowel obstruction" is the cause of death, it should be listed. Dying isn't sexy, and
>> usually not always by the most dignified of causes. Still, should endeavor to be as
>> factual about the cause of death as possible.
>That's a good point. However, this specific case is not as simple as
>I'm hoping that someone else is better at decoding a doctor's
>handwriting than I am.
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