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Fracture on polio attacked leg in the thigh, failed surgeries. Suggestions?

Before four months my mom got Fracture on polio attacked leg.The fracture was on thies part of leg.Till date total two surgeries have taken place and both the time plates were placed for bone filling.But both the time it failed.Is there any expert surgeon who can handle Fracture on polio attacked leg?Or any surgeries are available?Or any other way to cure it?
Asked On : Mon, 12 Nov 2012
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I can understand this if the surgery of your mother's leg failed twice then you have to discuss this with the surgeon you have to ask the reason for this instead of looking for another option, may be the diseased leg it would not be working well after the surgery or what is wrong with this, this question should be asked to surgeon hope this information helps you have good day.
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