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September 27, 2016

After Sinus Surgery at Age 82, Charles Metzler Is Breathing Easy

By SharingMayoClinic SharingMayoClinic

If you go looking for Charles Metzler, you’ll often find him out on the acreage he owns in the Rocky Mountain foothills near Casper, Wyoming. The 82-year-old spends his days tending his well-manicured lawn, caring for his troop of animals — ducks, rabbits, a pot-bellied pig named Mimi, and a miniature donkey named Haley — […]

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Tags: Deviated Septum, Dr. Erin O'Brien, Endoscopic Surgery, Nasal Polyps, otorhinolaryngology, Septoplasty, Sinus Surgery


August 4, 2011

Stopping to Smell the Roses

By Stacy Theobald stacytheobald

For more than a decade, Debra Testa suffered from nasal congestion and severe headaches first thing in the morning. “Even before my head came off the pillow, I would have an excruciating headache, and it was happening quite often — at least once a week if not several times a week,” says the Connecticut native. […]

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Tags: 5267, 5334, Debra Testa, Deviated Septum


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