A girl who was born backwards has run for the first time.
The condition of one million people meant that the legs of Victoria Komada were deformed with missing bones.
The doctors said the three-year-old had lost both limbs to the disease – known as bilateral tibial hemimelia.
But her parents raised £ 180,000 for US operations and can now run, run and play sports.
Victoria, Mama Marzena Drusewicz, 32, and Papa Dariusz Komada, 41, returned to Norwich on Monday after two operations and nine months of rehab in Florida.
Marzena, originally from Poland, said: "She was in pain all day and all night.
"We all had enough. It was terrible.
"Now she has no pain at all and can walk normally and we can all start our lives again.
& # 39; WE CAN RESTART OUR LIFE & # 39;
"We were so happy when she took her first steps, we started crying.
"We were on our way to the car and she said mom, can I show you something?"
The right leg of Victoria was amputated above the knee and inserted into the left leg with pins before a fixator was attached.
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Every day, screws were turned into their legs to set the bones in the correct position.
In her second surgery, the bones in the left leg were joined together to strengthen. Only two days later Victoria could run.
The surgeon dr. Dror Paley said: "She can now run, run and do sports. She has an excellent result. "