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    smith and nephew genesis 2 total knee replacement
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    Smiley2 posted:
    hello i am looking for statistics on genesis 2 oxinium device. How long has this device been used in the USA? What are the revision stats on this device? any help appreciated!
     
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    Generally this system is very good from a surgeons standpoint.
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    Dr. RAY,
    I HAVE A SMITH AND NEPHEW GENESIS 11 KNEE REPLACEMENT. I HAVE A SKIN RASH, LICHEN PLANUS. IT STARTED TWO WEEKS AFTER THE TKR. DOCTOR TOLD ME NOT TO LISTEN TO PEOPLE ON THE INTERNET, BUT I KNOW ALL OF THESE PEOPLE ARE NOT CRAZY, ESPECIALLY WHEN EVERYONE IS SAYING THE SAME THING. I WOULD LOVE TO BE A CASE STUDY. I HAVE TAKEN PICTURES OF MY RASH EVERY MONTH SINCE I STARTED TO GET THE RASH AS WELL AS ANY MEDICATION THAT I'VE TAKEN.


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