No effect of autologous growth factors (AGF) around ungrafted loaded implants in dogs

Abstract

Autologous growth factors (AGF) is a growth-factor-rich concentrate of platelets, white blood cells and fibrinogen. Application of AGF was presumed to improve implant fixation and gap healing of non-grafted, loaded implants. We inserted one loaded titanium implant intra-articularly in each medial femoral condyle of eight dogs. Each implant was surrounded by… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00264-009-0897-8

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