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Author Topic: Any signs or symptoms that your allograft plugs have shifted after OATS?  (Read 2553 times)

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Offline galanbryan

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I was just wondering if there are any signs that show that your plug in after OATS have shifted? I fell on my surgery leg 2 weeks after surgery and wondering if there are any signs my plugs have shifted.

Offline vickster

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I think it would be best to address your concerns and questions to your surgeon, especially if you have pain, swelling etc.  OATS is a fairly uncommon procedure (comared to ACI etc) so you are unlikely to get much response if any to your very specific queries and everyone's experiences are different.

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Offline galanbryan

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Thank you, I called my doctor and she said that if something had happened, my leg would have swelled up. Luckily, nothing of the sort has happened!