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Old 10-02-2013, 11:04 AM   #4
Tighe Crovetti
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Re: Osteocondritis Dissecans Pain (Non-surgical)

What do your latest x-rays say about the bone lesion itself? Is it filling in? We think a doctor saw my lesion a few years before my traumatic injury, and he chalked it up to, it was a 'growth plate' issue or such, and would just work itself out. It sounds like your doctors are saying the same thing, that you'll just grow and the area will repair itself, but are they specifically monitoring to see if that's happening? I can imagine if the bone is not healing, then you're going to continue to have strength issues, the actual strength of your leg muscles notwithstanding.
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