A pilot study: Alternative biomaterials in critical sized bone defect treatment.

Abstract

BACKGROUND Critical-sized bone defects are a significant challenge with limited effective reconstructive options. The Masquelet Technique (MT) offers a solution to help restore form and function. Although this technique has produced promising results; a clear mechanism has not been determined. Theories include that the induced membrane has osteogenic… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.injury.2017.11.007

Topics

Cite this paper

@article{Tarchala2017APS, title={A pilot study: Alternative biomaterials in critical sized bone defect treatment.}, author={Magdalena Tarchala and Victor Engel and Jake E. Barralet and Edward Joseph Harvey}, journal={Injury}, year={2017} }