Ian's case is slowly being striped down to the bone (so to say). It turns out his tethered spinal cord is not a big deal- although they will fix that when they handle the rest of the things. The fluid sack is a bigger thing. And due to gravity they tend to grow and press even more on the rectum over time. He also has some loose muscles in his rectum and butt that will be taken in, and it looks like there is some kidney issues.
He will be seeing a urologist and have a general surgery consult tomorrow. We are staying at the Radisson. Our first appointment tomorrow is at 2pm. So I don't think we will have too much scheduled for this weekend.
So, we like the mayo keep learning more about him before there is any action (besides the learning type).