Hip replacement involves removing the joint -  the damaged bone and cartilage - and replacing it with prosthetic parts made of metal, plastic or ceramics. In a break from past practice, some surgeons prefer to cut into the joint from the front.
Hip replacement involves removing the joint - the damaged bone and cartilage - and replacing it with prosthetic parts made of metal, plastic or ceramics. In a break from past practice, some surgeons prefer to cut into the joint from the front. Via THE WASHINGTON POST
Hip replacement involves removing the joint - the damaged bone and cartilage - and replacing it with prosthetic parts made of metal, plastic or ceramics. In a break from past practice, some surgeons prefer to cut into the joint from the front. Via THE WASHINGTON POST

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