The Port

I’ve mentioned Kohen’s port in previous posts (and even described its purpose and function), but today I thought I’d share an illustration of a port, to provide you with a better understanding of what it is.

And Below is a picture of Kohen’s chest where his port was surgically implanted (above the scar). His port was installed in Salt Lake City two days before Thanksgiving while he was under anesthesia for his biopsy.

His port will eventually be removed once he’s completed his chemotherapy treatments. And that can’t come soon enough.

One thought on “The Port

  1. Starla Smith

    Thank you. It is easier to understand. I love that little sweetheart so very much, Eith love, Auntie 😘

    Sent from my iPad

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