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Re: Re: knee surgery

In a message dated 9/17/06 6:39:23 AM, TeichFlora@aol.com writes:

> Ceres, so what did they do, if they could not repair  the LM???

They simply clean it out.   I went to 2 ortho surgeons & were told the same
by both.   Also did lots of research on the internet which verified.
     My husband had tissue from his leg used to pad nerves in one of his back
surgeries & his leg was the hardest part of recovery but it worked.

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