Iranian patient – CT guided aspiration of a deep seated liver abscess

Complicated Medical Procedures: Iranian patient - CT guided aspiration of a deep seated liver abscessThis is a thank you letter from the brother of a patient from Teheran, Iran. This patient wrongly diagnosed as a cancer patient by the local doctors. iMER coordinated a life saving operation in which at the end of it the patient successfully underwent CT guided aspiration of a deep seated liver abscess.

From: sXXXXXXri [mailto:sSSSSSSSSS@yahoo.com]
Sent: Wednesday, November 09, 2005 1:49 PM
To: Ady Jakubovitz
Subject: RE: God bless you!!

Hi Ady

You save my brother life thanks and god bless you.

I will contact you in two month for next JXXXXXX visit some where in Europe.

S.

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