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Tissue Ingrowth and Mechanical Locking For Anchorage of Prostheses in Locomotor System

  • J. J. Klawitter
  • A. M. Weinstein
  • S. F. Hulbert
  • B. W. Sauer

Abstract

Orthopaedic prosthetic devices currently used are fastened to the skeletal system by one of three methods:
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    mechanical fixation using screws, nails, etc.,

     
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    impaction of the prosthesis into bone,

     
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    use of an acrylic bone cement polymerization in situ as a filler at the bone/prosthesis interface.

     

Keywords

Shear Strength Bone Ingrowth Interfacial Shear Strength Tissue Ingrowth Biomedical Material Research 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. J. Klawitter
  • A. M. Weinstein
  • S. F. Hulbert
  • B. W. Sauer

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