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.
KeywordsBone Cyst Giant Cell Tumor Aneurysmal Bone Cyst Lymphocyte Transformation Allograft Transplantation
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