Synthetic bone graft substitutes.

@article{Moore2001SyntheticBG,
  title={Synthetic bone graft substitutes.},
  author={William R. Moore and Scott E. Graves and John P. Slavotinek},
  journal={ANZ journal of surgery},
  year={2001},
  volume={71 6},
  pages={
          354-61
        }
}
Replacement of extensive local bone loss is a significant clinical challenge. There are a variety of techniques available to the surgeon to manage this problem, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. It is well known that there is morbidity associated with harvesting of autogenous bone graft and limitations in the quantity of bone available. Alternatively allografts have been reported to have a significant incidence of postoperative infection and fracture as well as the potential… CONTINUE READING

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