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Crutchlow: Arm 'a disaster, litres of fluid, can see muscle'

Cal Crutchlow painted a grim picture of his right forearm, after complications following aggressive arm pump surgery ahead of this weekend's opening Misano MotoGP. Check out the Crash MotoGP YouTube channel - CLICK HERE Normal arm pump surgery involves cutting the fascia, a non-elastic membrane that wraps around the muscle, in order to release pressure on the muscle, improve blood flow and reduce the classic 'arm-pump' numbness. But Crutchlow, who thinks he has now had five arm-pump operations, underwent complete removal of the muscle fascia. A much rarer operation that, in MotoGP, was last undertaken by Dani Pedrosa in 2015. Pedrosa had surgery on April 3 and didn't return to MotoGP...
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