The evaluation of a biphasic calcium phosphate ceramic for use in grafting long‐bone diaphyseal defects

@article{Moore1987TheEO,
  title={The evaluation of a biphasic calcium phosphate ceramic for use in grafting long‐bone diaphyseal defects},
  author={D. Moore and M. Chapman and D. Manske},
  journal={Journal of Orthopaedic Research},
  year={1987},
  volume={5}
}
The effectiveness of a sintered hydroxyapatite‐tricalcium phosphate (HA‐TCP) ceramic in bridging large diaphyseal defects in the canine ulna was studied. One‐hundred percent morselized HA‐TCP, a 50:50 mixture of morselized HA‐TCP, and autogenous cancellous bone, and 100% autogenous cancellous bone were used to bridge 2.5‐cm defects in the left ulnae of three groups of six dogs each. At 24 weeks the ulnae were explanted and studied by radiography, microradiography, mechanical testing, and… Expand
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