Toddler on His Way to Walking With Prosthetic Leg

Oscar Passoni-Torres was born with PFFD, which resulted in one leg being shorter than the other.
0:46 | 09/12/13

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An Oklahoma toddler now has a leg up on life thanks to parents who wouldn't let anything hold their son back Oscar for Sony was born with two rare deformities that resulted. In one short femur bone and no -- -- at all making his left -- far shorter than it should be. When doctors and Oklahoma said they couldn't help. The fourteen month old's parents took him to Florida where doctors they -- fitted him with his first -- -- custom made to fit over his leg. His prognosis is excellent. Oscars -- -- far -- he has great parents and -- they're doing her homework. And as a result the he's going to just fly regardless what direction -- -- in -- indicated going to do incredibly well. His condition is known as PF SD it occurs in every 50000 births. And doctors don't know what causes it.

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