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The authors present a method of support for the well leg that allows total circumferential access to the knee, especially the medial and posteromedial sides. The method is inexpensive, easy to use, and safe. It appears to relieve stress on the lower back, which can occur with standard support. In addition, hyperextension of the hip and possible femoral nerve traction injury are avoided.
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