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Obesity tied to serious complications after knee injuries

12:30 EST 10 Nov 2017 | Reuters

(Reuters Health) - Knee dislocations are becoming more common among obese people, and these patients are more likely than normal-weight individuals to develop blood vessel damage that can lead to amputations, a recent study suggests.

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