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April 10, 1999 | Associated Press
Eric Lindros was breathing easier after surgery Friday to remove a blood clot from his chest cavity. The Philadelphia Flyer star center underwent the 90-minute procedure after a setback in his recovery from a collapsed lung. Doctors at the University of Pennsylvania called the procedure a success and said Lindros should make a full recovery. "He's in some pain right now but he's feeling pretty good," said Dr. Larry Kaiser, a chest surgeon who performed the operation.
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April 10, 1999 | Associated Press
Eric Lindros was breathing easier after surgery Friday to remove a blood clot from his chest cavity. The Philadelphia Flyer star center underwent the 90-minute procedure after a setback in his recovery from a collapsed lung. Doctors at the University of Pennsylvania called the procedure a success and said Lindros should make a full recovery. "He's in some pain right now but he's feeling pretty good," said Dr. Larry Kaiser, a chest surgeon who performed the operation.
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