Tri-calcium phosphate as a bone substitute.

@article{Rejda1977TricalciumPA,
  title={Tri-calcium phosphate as a bone substitute.},
  author={B V Rejda and J G Peelen and Klaas de Groot},
  journal={Journal of bioengineering},
  year={1977},
  volume={1 2},
  pages={93-7}
}
Strong porous tri-calcium phosphate ceramic has been fabricated, and investigated as a bone implant material. No foreign body reaction was observed, while osteoclastic activity was shown to be involved in biodegradation. Bone mineral was deposited directly onto the surface of the ceramic implant. 

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