Factors controlling optimal bone ingrowth of total hip replacement components.
- Published Article
Instructional course lectures
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 1986
The major factors dealing with optimization of bony ingrowth for total hip replacement have been shown by experimental and limited clinical experience to be apposition, pore size, rigid initial fixation, the type of bone surface, weight bearing, biocompatibility, remodeling, bone grafting, other forms of stimuli, and the distinctions between the human response and the response of the experimental animals.
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