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Wear disease

  • Koos van Nugteren
Chapter
Part of the Orthopedische Casuïstiek book series (OPC)

Introductie

Dit hoofdstuk beschrijft hoe slijtage van de gewrichtsoppervlakken van een prothese uiteindelijk kan leiden tot loslating van een prothesecomponent. Verder worden technische ontwikkelingen besproken die moeten leiden tot een langere levensduur van de prothese.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Koos van Nugteren
    • 1
  1. 1.Beek-UbbergenThe Netherlands

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