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MAR 27, 2013 - Yahoo! News

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Joint pain, function not always better after surgery

By Genevra Pittman NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Only about half of people who have a knee or hip replaced see meaningful improvements in pain and disability in the months after surgery, a new study from Canada suggests. Researchers found people who had worse knee or hip pain to begin with, fewer general health problems and no arthritis outside of the replaced joint were more likely to report benefits. ...

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