said that the size difference in his arms and shoulders aren't that typical at this point for a brachial plexus injury.
They took an x-ray and said that the bones in that shoulder are "not normal"
They would like to do an MRI to get a better picture of what's going on.
He will have to be out for that. little scary
They want us to see the GI doctor before the MRI to make sure there aren't anymore test that need to be done while he's out.
They were very impressed at the variety of food he is eating.
I asked them about the x-ray they took of his shoulder a little while ago
They said the bones look small but not necessarily "not normal"
but what was a little "not normal" is his diaphragm.
It's up higher on the right side then it should be. That means the right lung isn't being used to it's full capacity.
they think it might be paralyzed on that side
The pediatrician said it doesn't seem to be something to worry over too much.
He's breathing fine.
and she said that because it happened while he is so young that his body will just compensate for it.
so there's the quick update.