Experimental and numerical study of cemented bone-implant interface behaviour

Kytyr, D.; Doktor, T.; Jirousek, O.; Zlamal, P.; Pokorny, D.
January 2011
Frattura e Integrita Strutturale;2011, Issue 15, p5
Academic Journal
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