Sunday, October 17, 2010

Snapshot Sunday: 100 Miles

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A just-completed-69-miles runner's-eye view of the Wolfkiel Aid Station, where AMRG provided medical support and search-and-rescue standby for the Oil Creek 100 foot race this weekend.

Because a marathon is just not hard-core enough.

Most interesting medical event of the weekend: Twenty-something male runner complaining of abdominal pain radiating sub-sternal.*

After sufficient discussions, a Hx of a defective pyloric valve, possible celiac disease, and oh yeah, this exact kind of discomfort from time to time whenever he inadvertently eats wheat, any potentially alarming element was quelled.


* Chief complaint -- feet hurt. Ya think?
Lotta that going around.


  1. Like ringing a bell. "Celiac disease" and "llama" are now cemented in my head. Bad Craigslist. No biscuit.

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