Arthur A. Beisang III

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The development of small, textured implant particles suspended in a hydrogel has allowed for subdermal injection therapy to fill tissue defects. The microimplant particles were placed subdermally into the ears of white New Zealand rabbits in order to characterize the foreign body response and the permanence of the implant. Serial micrometer readings were(More)
The search for prosthetic materials that are biocompatible, nontoxic, and permanent led the authors to develop a micronized, inert, biphasic polymer particle for permanent soft tissue augmentation which neither migrates nor is absorbed by the body. Placed in a bioexcretable gel carrier, these textured microparticles are easily implanted using a specially(More)
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