Bone Graft

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Last Updated: 04 May 2022
the biological response following autogenous bone grafting for large-volume defects of the knee: index surgery through 12 to 21 years' follow-up. "the biological response following autogenous bone grafting for large-volume defects of the knee: index surgery through 12 to 21 years' follow-up.", by Johnson LL, DeLano MC, Spector M, Jeng L, Pittsley A, Gottschalk A. fig1-1947603511413568: A representative case of a patient with OCD who had screw fixation of a partial fragment plus a cancellous bone graft. This 36-year-old man underwent arthroscopic surgery on August 4, 1987 for a large-volume...

A bone graft is surgical procedure to place new bone or bone replaces into areas around a damaged bone or bone problems. A bone graft can be taken from the individual's own healthy bone. Throughout surgical treatment, the surgeon makes a cut over the bone defect. The bone graft can be taken from areas close to the bone flaw or more frequently from the pelvis. The bone graft might need to be held in place with screws, plates, or pins. Fuse joints to stop movement; Repair damaged bones that have bone loss; Repair harmed bone that has not recovered;.

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