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Now that he is an orthopedic surgeon, Ain suspects that this medical premise may not apply to all achondroplastic dwarfs, about half of whom have the condition.
Today at Hopkins, his surgical card is full.
My parents told me I could do anything I wanted as long as I pushed myself.
It is reassuring to them that he has insight other doctors do not.
Ain did not require serious medical interventions, aside from having ear ventilation tubes implanted, a procedure prescribed for many achondroplasts.
A nurse who works with him, Maria Poppe, describes his special style.
Fortunately, the odds do not always prevail.
Barry Greenhouse, then an associate professor of anesthesiology.
But researchers now suspect that undersized bone structure set the stage for many of these deaths, says Hopkins's Michael Wright.
If this man could become a physician, the father reasoned, then his daughter could have many opportunities in her life.
During his five-year residency at Albany, Ain proved he could do the job, says Allen Carl, an associate professor of surgery at Albany who was one of Ain's mentors.
Hall was encouraging, and Ain applied to two residencies.