In vivo monitoring of bone-implant bond strength by microCT and finite element modelling.

@article{Stadelmann2013InVM,
  title={In vivo monitoring of bone-implant bond strength by microCT and finite element modelling.},
  author={Vincent A. Stadelmann and Carl M Conway and Steven K. Boyd},
  journal={Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering},
  year={2013},
  volume={16 9},
  pages={993-1001}
}
Immediately after implantation, a dynamic process of bone formation and resorption takes place around an orthopaedic implant, influencing its mechanical fixation. The delay until complete fixation depends on local bone architecture and metabolism. Despite its importance, the temporal pattern of implant fixation is still unknown. The optimal duration of post-operative care is therefore difficult to establish for an individual situation, and a method to evaluate non-invasively the evolution of… CONTINUE READING
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