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Old 09-26-2012   #34
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Default Re: Lestar Jean Having a Knee Scope

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Originally Posted by 76Texan View Post
Sounds perfectly like Dutch or German to me, but thank you nonetheless!

In layman term, when Kubiak said Jean is up and around, what can we take it as?
We can take that he had no meniscus REPAIR. If it was a meniscus tear, a piece of the meniscus was arthroscopically REMOVED. With the former, he would not be up and around this soon. With the latter, he would be allowed to begin walking almost immediately. Again, he could be back based on medical status as soon as 1-2 weeks from the surgery if everything goes perfectly, to 3-4 weeks depending on how he responds postop and if there was any additional damage encountered or sprained ligament(s) involved. Can't clarify it any further with the information available. And, even if all information was available, the possibility of prolongation of recovery due to healing problems can never be entirely ruled out.
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