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02-14-2013, 10:48 PM
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Originally Posted by Whiskeypete View Post
they say lacerated. to me this means cut and not completely separated (or torn), but im not a doctor. if this is the case then his prognosis is better, because there is still tissue connected. it's when there is full separation that you begin to have long term problems with range of motion, stiffness and loss of strength
That is what i was thinking too. There seems to be some confusion though.

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