Salvatore Lenzo, M.D. - Clinical Assistant Professor - Orthopaedic Surgery NYU - Hospital for joint Diseases, NYU Langone Medical Center Your Practice Online
 
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Miscellaneous Congenital Deformities

This includes those that involve aplasia or lack of development of bones and/or soft tissues within the forearm and arm. These patients must be evaluated by a pediatric geneticist to make sure there are no other concomitant problems involving the heart, lungs and/or blood. Once the patient is cleared for surgery, there are a myriad of surgical procedures that can be done to help reconstruct the arm and/or hand depending on the specific problem.

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