In The News: May 2019

Joint replacement surgery is an option for people with severe osteoarthritis in the hip or knee that can no longer be helped with nonsurgical measures. The surgery has a high success rate. However, over time the implants eventually fail due to loosening, infection, instability and other reasons.
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