Annika B. Schröder

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The results of a research project which has been under way for the last 7 years are reported. The project has been centred around a series of animal (monkey) experiments designed to test the suitability of cylindrical titanium implants with titanium-sprayed surfaces. The following results have been obtained: 1. The bone applies itself "ankylotically" (i.e.(More)
A new implant consisting of a hollow cylinder of titanium is described. It is well suited to investigate the tissue reaction to several surface textures in the animal experiment (Macaca speciosa). From a test series, for which the implants were surfaced with powdered titan (titan plasma), one was selected which had been worn for 7 months as a partial(More)