I received copies of all his radiological exams and reports from the hospital yesterday... they go all the way back to 2006. All I really wanted was the ones from last month so I'd have a keepsake picture of his self-inflicted/inserted bladder UFO (unidentified foreign object). So as I'm reading the latest report for the CT scan they took, I learn that he shows signs of demineralization of both his femoral heads. The radiologist apparently discussed this with his GI and they concluded it's due to his history of Crohn's. I realize it's not an emergency, but it's certainly something I'm going to have to follow up next week once the dust settles from tomorrow's procedure. He had a bone density and bone age test done in 2006, and he did show moderate osteopenia in his L2 and L4 vertebrae at the time. Time to get very serious about the calcium supplements and figure out how and when to re-evaluate the bone density. I sure don't want him to have to worry about breaking a hip at this age!