Detached Retina. May 1980, Medical Pavilion or Center, at Pittsburgh. May 6, surgery on right eye. Had me down to operating room, May 2, blood pressure too high couldn't operate.
June 18 - Surgery by lazer beam on left eye, this was a post operative. Double vision at first, right eye. Lid drooped, was almost closed. Can see objects now but are blurry, cannot read yet.
July 8 - Right eye opened. Better open on 26 July.
July 6. Left eye can read now, but told not to do too much of that, when eyes are tired stop reading.
July 16 - Double vision gone. Dr. Sorr was surgeon.
It also makes me a bit squeamish.
Clearly this was a significant event for her in her later years. Something she considered worth remembering or at least documenting. Grandma Lillian was 73 at the time.