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Osteotomy

An osteotomy is a surgery in which one or more bones are cut. There are many types of osteotomies, which are used to treat various orthopedic conditions and injuries. In most cases, an osteotomy will involve the removal or realignment of a portion of bone in order to correct a problem that affects a person's movement, growth, etc. Learn more about osteotomies from the articles and other content below.

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