Left Foot Growth After Pen Placement?
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Human bones will grow at the ends of the bones called the growth plates (epiphyseal plates). The following is a picture of bone and epiphyseal plate (epiphyseal plate):
As long as the fracture that you experienced did not occur on your growth plate and the pen was not attached to your growth plate, your growth will not be interrupted. Broken bones that occur on epiphyseal plates in children or adolescents who are in their infancy can interfere with bone growth and cause the legs to be short next to each other. To be sure, you can do the control back to the orthopedic doctor who performed your surgery. If you also feel certain symptoms on the pen that is attached (for example, the pen is shifted or feels painful on the part that is attached to the pen), you also have to exercise control with your orthopedic doctor.
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