Date: Wed Sep 22 12:06:06 1999
Posted By: Michael Martin-Smith, Other (pls. specify below), Family Physician, Fellow,BIS, amateur astronomer( BAA), British Interplanetary Society
Area of science: Medicine
If you were otherwise of normal health , a crack or fissure in the growth
plate need not of itself stop growth . If the blood supply to the area
were blocked, or if there was severe infection, the damage there would
be at risk for impaired growth. Otherwise healing and growth would
proceed, perhaps with some delay. The bones of young people such as
yourself have almost miraculous healing powers!
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