The success of two simultaneous operations to repair the ligament tear and straighten the leg bone for a young man in his thirties

A medical team at Al-Kafeel Super Speciality Hospital succeeded in performing two operations to repair a cruciate ligament tear and a distortion in the shin bone in a young man in his thirties. The team stated that the hospital’s techniques enabled him to perform both operations simultaneously.
And the specialist in orthopedics, fractures and joints at the hospital, Iranian Professor Abu al-Fadl Bagheri, said that "his medical team succeeded in performing two operations at the same time on a young man in his thirties who had a severe anterior cruciate ligament tear and severe deformation of the leg bone," stressing that "the patient did not have any complications during and after the operation."
Bagheri indicated that "such an operation is usually carried out in two stages, the first is to perform the bone sternum and the second is after months to make the anterior cruciate ligament," noting that "Al-Kafeel Super Speciality Hospital performed this operation in one stage, in order to provide its requirements of techniques, medical devices and an efficient medical and nursing team."
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