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Suggest Treatment For Hand Fracture In A Child

PLZ SEND YOUR PHONE NUMBER I HAVE QUERY ABOUT MY CHILD. I LIVE IN HOSHIARPUR PUNJAB. BY BIRTH MY CHILD LEFT HAND IS 60%. I HAVE TO KNOW THAT WHAT WILL DO TO SECURE HIS FUTURE AND PLZ DO SOMETHING ABOUT MY CHILD. PLZ SEND YOUR NUMBER IMMEDIATELY THEN I TALK TO CLEARLY ABOUT THIS MY EMAIL ID IS YYYY@YYYY
Fri, 24 Apr 2020
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Hello,

Your child has an anomaly of the hand. Sometimes this is associated with other defects. I recommend that your child be evaluated by a doctor who specializes in genetics (heredity) who will perform a complete physical examination. Look for a genetics doctor who is part of department of pediatrics at hospital connected with a medical school.

Should this doctor feel your child needs additional study, then your child can be referred to a pediatric orthopedist (bones). Ideally, the genetics doctor and the orthopedist will discuss their plans for your child together.

Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Arnold Zedd, Pediatrician
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Suggest Treatment For Hand Fracture In A Child

Hello, Your child has an anomaly of the hand. Sometimes this is associated with other defects. I recommend that your child be evaluated by a doctor who specializes in genetics (heredity) who will perform a complete physical examination. Look for a genetics doctor who is part of department of pediatrics at hospital connected with a medical school. Should this doctor feel your child needs additional study, then your child can be referred to a pediatric orthopedist (bones). Ideally, the genetics doctor and the orthopedist will discuss their plans for your child together. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Arnold Zedd, Pediatrician