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Thirty years since Tommy John surgery, and recovery is still hard for today's patients
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Dr. Jobe used Tommy John's Palmaris Longus tendon in John's right forearm and wrist, and put it in John's left elbow.  In this picture, you see MPR's Eugene Cha's right wrist with two tendons showing prominently.  The Palmaris Longus tendon is the one on the right. (MPR Photo/ Tom Crann)

Dr. Jobe used Tommy John's Palmaris Longus tendon in John's right forearm and wrist, and put it in John's left elbow. In this picture, you see MPR's Eugene Cha's right wrist with two tendons showing prominently. The Palmaris Longus tendon is the one on the right.

(MPR Photo/ Tom Crann)
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