knee replacement

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The rate of older adults getting  knee-replacement surgery has more than doubled in the past 20 years, a new study finds, but the surgery's popularity has also led to increased rates of postsurgery infections and complications.
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When Los Angeles Times columnist Steve Lopez, 61, went in for knee surgery last month, he thought it was no biggie. After all, half a million older Americans this year will do the exact same thing - get a worn-out, aching knee joint replaced.
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More Americans than ever are getting their knees replaced.
hip replace
When it comes to artificial hip and knee joints, new doesn't necessarily trump old.
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