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02-14-2013, 01:03 PM
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Originally Posted by starling View Post
I'm not doctor but I think the difference between 70% and 100% is huge.
100% and the tendon has to be shortened to become repaired. Because it is 70% he will not have to have it shortened, just repaired, so the chances that there are no long term implications are increased vastly.

Edit: Had a double negative.


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