Induced Membranes -- A Staged Technique of Bone-Grafting for Segmental Bone Loss: A Report of Two Cases and a Literature Review
- Endoscopic bone grafting for management of nonunion of the tuberosity avulsion fracture of the fifth metatarsal. Tun Hing Lui // Archives of Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgery;Nov2008, Vol. 128 Issue 11, p1305
The most common fracture of the proximal fifth metatarsal is the tuberosity avulsion fracture. Most of the time, the fracture is relatively undisplaced and it can be treated conservatively with a hard-soled shoe or walking cast. For painful intra-articular nonunion, internal fixation with or...
- In Search of the Ideal Bone Graft. Huys, Luc W.J. // Medical Device Technology;Mar2002, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p35
Reports developments in bone grafting. Significance of bone grafts in promoting the union factors; Processes involved in grafting autogenous bones; Information on the Bioplant Hard Tissue Replacement alloplast.
- A better way to mend refractory fractures. // Modern Medicine;Sep96, Vol. 64 Issue 9, p2
Reports on the development of a procedure for mending non-healing fractures. Use of injectable bone grafting technique; Description on how the procedure works; Result of test conducted to determine the effectiveness of the procedure.
- Reply to letter to the editor: 'Is balloon osteoplasty attractive or questionable treatment for Hill-Sachs lesions?'. Sandmann, Gunther; Ahrens, Philipp; Schaeffeler, Christoph; Bauer, Jan; Kirchhoff, Chlodwig; Martetschläger, Frank; Müller, Dirk; Siebenlist, Sebastian; Biberthaler, Peter; Stöckle, Ulrich; Freude, Thomas // International Orthopaedics;Dec2012, Vol. 36 Issue 12, p2599
A response by Gunther H. Sandmann to a letter to the editor about their study on the use of balloon osteoplasty as a new treatment option for Hill-Sachs lesions in a cadaver model in a 2012 issue is presented.
- Comparative clinical and radiographic evaluation of autogenous bone grafts and demineralized freeze dried bone xenograft (Osseograft) combined with PRP in the treatment of human periodontal intra-osseous defects â€“ 6 months study. Thangavelu, Arthiie; Elavarasu, Sugumari; Suthanthiran, Thangakumaran; Sengottuvel, Karthikeyan; Selvaraj, Saranya; Saravanan, Jayashakthi // International Archives of Integrated Medicine;Mar2015, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p28
Aim and objectives: The aim of the present study was to compare autogenous bone graft (Group - 1) and xenograft combined with PRP (Group - 2). The clinical and radiographic healing was evaluated after a period of six months in periodontal intra bony defects. Material and methods: A split mouth...
- Sticks and stones may break your bones... // Consumers' Research Magazine;May96, Vol. 79 Issue 5, p7
Reports on the testing by researchers at the Saint Louis University School of Medicine in Saint Louis, Missouri of injectable bone grafting to treat problem fractures. Features of the procedure; Comparison to traditional methods; Success rate of the procedure.
- Bone grafts, bone substitutes and orthobiologics. Roberts, Timothy T.; Rosenbaum, Andrew J. // Organogenesis;Oct-Dec2012, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p114
The biology of fracture healing is better understood than ever before, with advancements such as the locking screw leading to more predictable and less eventful osseous healing. However, at times one's intrinsic biological response, and even concurrent surgical stabilization, is inadequate. in...
- Effects of low intensity pulsed ultrasound with and without increased cortical porosity on structural bone allograft incorporation. Santoni, Brandon G.; Ehrhart, Nicole; Turner, A. Simon; Wheeler, Donna L. // Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery & Research;2008, Vol. 3, Special section p1
Background: Though used for over a century, structural bone allografts suffer from a high rate of mechanical failure due to limited graft revitalization even after extended periods in vivo. Novel strategies that aim to improve graft incorporation are lacking but necessary to improve the...
- Autologous bone grafting on steroids: preliminary clinical results. A novel treatment for nonunions and segmental bone defects. Miller, Micah A.; Ivkovic, Alan; Porter, Ryan; Harris, Mitchel B.; Estok II, Daniel M.; Smith, R. Malcolm; Evans, Christopher H.; Vrahas, Mark S. // International Orthopaedics;Apr2011, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p599
Clinical management of delayed healing or nonunion of long bone fractures and segmental bone defects poses a substantial orthopaedic challenge. Surgical advances and bone tissue engineering are providing new avenues to stimulate bone growth in cases of bone loss and nonunion. The...