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Studies Raise Concerns About Metal-on-Metal Hip Implants – NYTimes.com

Concerns Over ‘Metal on Metal’ Hip Implants (March 4, 2010)

But in the last two years, broader concerns have emerged amid research reports that the metal debris can ignite severe inflammatory reactions that can damage or destroy muscles, tendons and other soft tissue.

via Studies Raise Concerns About Metal-on-Metal Hip Implants – NYTimes.com.

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