Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) reported his eye surgery went well after a follow-up visit with his surgeon.
“Last week, I had my follow-up visit with my surgeon, which went very well,” he tweeted in a statement.
“To our relief, my retina was still in place during my follow-up appointment. I can lift my head up again and no longer have to position myself face-down, which is a relief. This is obviously good news, but it doesn’t mean we are out of the woods yet,” he said.
“I still cannot see much other than lights and shadows, basically, as I am still in the early stages of my recovery. I am not sure how my vision will be in a few weeks. But I am hopeful and confident it will return to normal,” he continued.
Crenshaw explained about the surgery. “During the surgery, they put a ‘silicone buckle’ around