Oh Grand Jeep Cherokee, you may have won the battle, but the war is far from over.
Normally, the clavicle actually meets up evenly with the rest of your shoulder. This is called an AC separation:
Rib’s aren’t supposed to zig-zag. However, my ribs proved stronger than its side view mirror – the mirror was torn off in the impact, while I still have my ribs inside me.
And, this one’s a little harder to see. That black line between my lung and my chest wall – that’s air. Air’s supposed to be inside your lung, not next to it. That’s called a pneumothorax, and it’s caused by one of my broken ribs poking a small hole in my left lung.
Any guesses for the number of zeros in the ER bill? I got treated right there at Stanford.