Major bone defect treatment with an osteoconductive bone substitute

@article{Paderni2009MajorBD,
  title={Major bone defect treatment with an osteoconductive bone substitute},
  author={S. Paderni and S. Terzi and L. Amendola},
  journal={MUSCULOSKELETAL SURGERY},
  year={2009},
  volume={93},
  pages={89-96}
}
A bone defect can be provoked by several pathological conditions (e.g. bone tumours, infections, major trauma with bone stock loss) or by surgical procedures, required for the appropriate treatment. Surgical techniques currently used for treating bone defects may count on different alternatives, including autologous vascularized bone grafts, homologous bone graft provided by musculoskeletal tissue bank, heterologous bone graft (xenograft), or prostheses, each one of them dealing with both… Expand
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