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|Comment||Thank you very much for your answer. No, this isn't a malpractice thing. I thought it would be important just so that my records would be corrected to show what was actually there at the time. But after reading your very insightful answer, I realize it doesn't matter since it's om the record now. I guess I was just upset that I had been in pain for so many months and even after going back to the doctors, the sternal fracture was missed. I would have dealt with the pain so much better mentally if I knew I had an actual fracture.Thank you again.|
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