Stardate 85776.80

Medical Report – U.S.S. Lachesis – Sickbay 1
Attending Doctor: Sururo, MD; CMO

Patient ID: 0771-79657-10-75
Name: One of Twelve
Rank: Captain
Age: 7
Species: Borg, Human
Height: 180 cm

85776.80—One of Twelve arrived this morning to have me check over her assimilation tubules. There was no blockage, but I did detect and clear out some dead standard nanoprobes. Because this is an ongoing problem, I decided to send the nanoprobes to engineering for further analysis. I want to know if these are from specific drones or from the infusion Starfleet attempted.

85777.81—Note, Tori Mcmindes, Lt; Chief Engineer
Many of those nanoprobes in the sample were beat up, and some were badly scorched, with a residual coating suggesting a plasma fire. It took most of the day, but we finally managed to reactivate one of the nanoprobes. It immediately acted as if it already had instructions, so we believe it came from another drone at some point. If it was a Starfleet-replicated nanoprobe, it would have signaled for instructions from nearby nanoprobes.

85777.93—Reply to Note, Sururo, MD; CMO
According to your engineering report, these nanoprobes are most likely ones she was inadvertently exposed to during the defeat of her Borg Cube nearly four years ago. They are not the Starfleet-replicated nanoprobes used for regenerative infusions. I am not sure what One of Twelve will do with this information, since there seems to be nothing she can do other than let her body naturally remove this detritus in its own time.

85778.01—One of Twelve decided that the poor condition of these dead standard nanoprobes is the most likely cause of their removal creating problems and blockages. There is nothing she can do other than have us continue checking her tubules at regular intervals.

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