Clinical, Metabolic, and Structural Studies on Large Osteoarticular Allografts in Bone Tumor Surgery
In order to give answers to some questions in allograft surgery the clinical results of 14 patients after a long follow-up time were reviewed. The other objects of interest were: the incorporation and regeneration of the grafts, their metabolism, late radiological changes, and immunological aspects. Biochemical composition was studied in experiments on dogs.
KeywordsFatigue Osteosarcoma Dick Technetium Chondrosarcoma
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