Induction and characterization of an interface tissue by implantation of methylmethacrylate cement into the posterior part of the cervical spine of the dog.

Abstract

After the implantation of methylmethacrylate cement into the posterior part of the cervical spine of the dog, a thick layer of connective tissue forms at the bone-cement interface. The tissue is six to eight millimeters thick and in all animals it surrounds the dorsal and lateral aspects of the masses of implanted cement, grows between the undersurface of… (More)

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