‘“What happens in those injuries – and I’m not really a doctor, but I play one on TV – there’s so much swelling early on, that it’s hard to diagnose early how damaged it is until that goes away, until they can actually go in there after that,” Rolston explained. “So it takes a while for that swelling to go down, and when they go in to determine how bad it is in terms of the repair. That’s why it took a little longer. But it was successful and he’s on the recovery path now.”’
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