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Woman wearing an artificial leg and playing tennis. Most artificial limbs are fitted to replace amputated limbs following a disease or a severe injury. In some cases they substitute limbs missing from birth. Artificial legs are generally more successful than artificial arms because the movements of a natural leg are easier to duplicate.
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