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July 1, 2015
Dear Dr. Teynor,
After 84 years roaming this planet, my memory has faded somewhat. My wife would probably add and amen to that judgement.
The purpose of this letter relates to the time you planted a new hip on my left side. I believe the operation was performed in the earlt nineties or late eighties, in which case the implant is between 20 and 25 years old.
I have the impression these devices might last around 15 years. And for your information it’s still going strong. No problems whatsoever. Make me think you’re a pretty good sawbones. Incidentally, my right hip was replaced in Pensacola about 6 years ago, and, to be perfectly frank, I wish I had gone back to you. My right foot is now splayed about 30 degrees to the right and at times it is uncomfortable.
I have thought many times about the source of your expertise and have come to the conclusion it might have been your diet of Rocky Mountain oysters given you out in the Montana hinterlands.