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  1. Dec 03, 2010

    Interesting case. If he has cartilage on the fibula, it may be worth trying to lengthen it selectively. WOnder if Dr Rozbruch or another ilizharov expert could comment

    1. Dec 06, 2010

      The patient is to get an MRI. I will ask Dr. Rozbruch to comment.