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Three-dimensional collagen architecture in bovine articular cartilage.
- A. K. Jeffery, G. Blunn, C. Archer, G. Bentley
- BiologyThe Journal of bone and joint surgery. British…
- 1 September 1991
The three-dimensional architecture of bovine articular cartilage collagen and its relationship to split lines has been studied with scanning electron microscopy and it is shown that the overall collagen structure was different in each plane a property described in previous morphological and biophysical studies.
The Dominance of Cyclic Sliding in Producing Wear in Total Knee Replacements
- G. Blunn, P. Walker, A. Joshi, K. Hardinge
- MedicineClinical orthopaedics and related research
- 1 December 1991
From a literature survey, it was evident that a wide variety of kinematic conditions occur at the femoral—tibial bearing surfaces, including various degrees of rolling and sliding. A test machine was…
Peri-acetabular resection and endoprosthetic reconstruction for tumours of the acetabulum.
- P. Jaiswal, W. Aston, S. Cannon
- MedicineThe Journal of bone and joint surgery. British…
- 1 September 2008
The overall survival of the patients was 67% at five years, 54% at ten years and 51% at 30 years, and higher rates of death, infection and revision occurred in men, which is still associated with high morbidity.
Material loss at the taper junction of retrieved large head metal‐on‐metal total hip replacements
- A. Matthies, R. Racasan, Alister J. Hart
- MedicineJournal of orthopaedic research : official…
- 1 November 2013
Multivariable analysis demonstrated no significant correlations between the volume of material lost from the taper surfaces and either blood cobalt or chromium ions, or the presence of pseudotumor.
Modular neck femoral stems.
- H. Krishnan, S. Krishnan, G. Blunn, J. Skinner, A. Hart
- MedicineThe bone & joint journal
- 1 August 2013
The development of femoral modularity, and a classification system, is described, the theoretical rationale for modularity is summarised and the clinical outcomes are explored.
Intraosseous transcutaneous amputation prosthesis (ITAP) for limb salvage in 4 dogs.
Implantation of ITAP to the distal limb of dogs is feasible and can result in favorable functional outcomes and biological integration of osseous and dermal tissues with ITAP is reliable and robust.
Osteoinduction of bone grafting materials for bone repair and regeneration.
Enhanced wear and corrosion in modular tapers in total hip replacement is associated with the contact area and surface topography
- A. Panagiotidou, J. Meswania, J. Hua, S. Muirhead-Allwood, A. Hart, G. Blunn
- Materials Science, MedicineJournal of orthopaedic research : official…
- 1 December 2013
Widespread concern exists about adverse tissue reactions after metal‐on‐metal (MoM) total hip replacement (THR). Concerns have also been expressed with wear and corrosion of taper junctions in THR.…
Development of a soft tissue seal around bone-anchored transcutaneous amputation prostheses.