Alaska's Story of Free Air in Chest (Spontaneous Pneumothorax)

Alaska, a 10 year old Husky, had free air in his chest (spontaneous pneumothorax) due to a ruptured bulla in his lung.  He had open chest surgery (thoracotomy) to fix the problem and recovered well. He writes, through his owner PL:
“Thanks for the great care and service during my recent surgery.”

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