06 January 1997
Ann Transplant 1997; 2(1): 64-66 :: ID: 497140
The application of frozen and radiation sterilized allogenic bone grafts for reconstructions in orthopaedic operations is described. Analysis of results of treatment of 1125 patients was performed. It was found that use of preserved bone allows to reduce the extend and duration of surgery. Nearly total substitution of grafts may be seen in 3 to 8 months after surgery.
Keywords: Bone Transplantation, orthopaedic reconstructions
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