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Posted By: Joanne Sears on 2009-01-09
In Reply to: Could be gastrocsoleus complex or contractures. sm - JLH

Subject: gastroc-soleus

I took out my trusty Stedman's Ortho book and see that it is in there as "gastroc-soleus" I hope this helps.

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