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COULD THE 2 OPERATIONS NOT BE CARRIED OUT AT THE SAME TIME?AND IS IT POSSIBLE TO GET BACK THE LENGHT IN LEFT LEG,THREE QUARTERS OF AN INCH DIFFERENCE?


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replied September 24th, 2008
Orthopedics Hip, Knee, and Shoulder Injuries Answer A4734
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This question requires expert opinion from an orthopedist.


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