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Bow leg surgery done but tibia in C shap
I had bow leg surgery (bilateral high tibial osteotomy) to correct my bow legs with french implants...the surgery is successful but it's corrected 70-80% of the problem but due to tibia c shape it's still looking a little bowed or C shape from downside... doctor said he did maximum what he can but he can't change the downside C shape.. indeed he did a great job but like to know if any possibility to correct that, because the concern was to achieve 100% normal look but still there's something missing...he said that now the angle of load I've corrected for you but to do C shape correction, i have to brake your bone in multiple parts...is it worthy to take that risk or i should satisfy with current modification?
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Consult me search browse on goggle practo website Dr Rajinder sharma senior Orthopaedic neurospine joint Replace surgeon ,42 years expertise chandigarh health Department Govt Multispeciality Hospital retired Chandigarh(U.T)
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Kindly upload whole both lower limb scanogram and Leg images in standing
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If the angle is corrected, purpose of surgery is served!
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Not at all worthy.
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Satisfaction is better solution
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