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Ten fingers and 10 toes for Galt’s Mason Fluty

Surgery separates digits for toddler born with Apert syndrome

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Posted: Thursday, September 20, 2012 12:00 am

Casey Freitas took her 15-month-old son’s left hand gently in her own and slipped the striped covering off his chubby arm. Mason Fluty’s hand was covered in layers of white bandages, secured with tape wrapped around his small wrist.

She removed the white gauze and tape to reveal five short fingers with twin rows of sutures between the third and fourth digits.

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