Ask Dr. Marks: 10/03

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I have severe osteoarthritis of the knee but I'd rather avoid a total knee replacement if I can. I have heard about hyaluronic acid injections. Do they work and will they work for me? Hyaluronic acid injections consist of highly purified sodium hyaluronate that comes from rooster combs. Hyaluronate is a natural chemical that is found in high concentrations in the fluid that fills the joint. It has been used since 1987 in Europe, South America,…
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