Bioceramics 17

Volumes 284-286

doi: 10.4028/

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Authors: Thomas Oberbach, Marita Christoph, Wilfried Glien

Abstract: Alumina and zirconia have played an important role in joint endoprosthetics for the use in tribologically loaded implant components like hip...

Authors: Juan C. Hermida, Darryl D. D'Lima, Nikolai Steklov, Clifford W. Colwell

Abstract: Hydroxyapatite (HA) coatings for femoral stems have been successful in short- to intermediate-term follow up. However, the outcomes of...

Authors: A. Moroni, C. Faldini, F. Pegreffi, A. Hoang-Kim, F. Vannini, S. Giannini

Abstract: External fixation has proven to be a viable minimally invasive treatment option for elderly patients with trochanteric fractures....

Authors: M. Gutierres, Nandyala Sooraj Hussain, A. Afonso, L. Almeida, T. Cabral, M.A. Lopes, José D. Santos

Abstract: This paper reports the ability of Bonelike® to regenerate bone defected areas when implanted in the tibia of 3 patients (average age of 59...

Authors: James M. Buchanan

Abstract: Traditionally implants for hip arthroplasty are secured with bone cement. Problems have been encountered with cement fixation with loosening...

Authors: Pierre Weiss, Léon Philippe Clergeau, Bénédicte Enckel, Yves Amouriq, Bernard Giumelli, Alain Jean, G. Daculsi

Abstract: For the first time, an injectable bone substitute (IBS) made of a suspension of Calcium phosphate ceramic was used in a clinical trial in...

Authors: Takafumi Yoshikawa, Y. Ueda, Takahito Ohmura, Yasunori Sen, Jin Iida, M. Koizumi, Kazuhide Miyazaki, Yoshinori Takakura, Akitaka Nonomura

Abstract: Subjects were graft patients with pseudoarthrosis (average age, 60.3 years; range, 17-85 years). Pseudoarthrosis affected the thoracolumbar...

Authors: James M. Buchanan

Abstract: To reduce osteolysis and loosening, alumina bearings in hip arthroplasty have been used in Sunderland since 1991. This consecutive series...


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