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08-16-2013, 12:15 PM
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Originally Posted by Curufinwe View Post
Good thing they were apparently only damaged, not severed then.
Reports stated that the tendons were injured but none were "completely severed" . The only kind of damage that could require surgery would be one in which there was physical trauma to the stability of the tendon. IN order to repair these injuries surgeons reattach the tendons by overlapping which shortens the tendon.

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