Biocompatibility Issues with Modern Implants in Bone - A Review for Clinical Orthopedics

@article{Nuss2008BiocompatibilityIW,
  title={Biocompatibility Issues with Modern Implants in Bone - A Review for Clinical Orthopedics},
  author={Katja M.R Nuss},
  journal={The Open Orthopaedics Journal},
  year={2008},
  volume={2},
  pages={66 - 78}
}
Skeletal defects may result from traumatic, infectious, congenital or neoplastic processes and are considered to be a challenge for reconstructive surgery. Although the autologous bone graft is still the "gold standard", there is continuing demand for bone substitutes because of associated disadvantages, such as limited supply and potential donor side morbidity [1]. This is not only true for indications in orthopedic and craniomaxillofacial surgeries, but also in repairing endodontic defects… CONTINUE READING

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