November 1, 2010

Bone allografts: Understanding their roles in the healing process

By: OR Manager

Bone-graft substitutes are one of the most challenging types of materials OR teams must consider. They include grafts made from human tissues, animals, synthetics, and combinations. They all attempt to replicate the "gold standard" for bone repair, the patient's own tissue. This issue continues our series on bone-graft substitutes in collaboration with the Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation. Articles focus on the categories of grafts and how they seek to replicate the…

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