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The Resource Particulate debris from medical implants : mechanisms of formation and biological consequences, Kenneth R. St. John, editor

Particulate debris from medical implants : mechanisms of formation and biological consequences, Kenneth R. St. John, editor

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Particulate debris from medical implants : mechanisms of formation and biological consequences
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Particulate debris from medical implants
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mechanisms of formation and biological consequences
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Kenneth R. St. John, editor
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Particulate debris from medical implants : mechanisms of formation and biological consequences, Kenneth R. St. John, editor
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Particulate debris from medical implants : mechanisms of formation and biological consequences, Kenneth R. St. John, editor
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  • 'Papers presented at the Symposium on Biocompatibility of Particulate Implant Materials, which was held in San Antonio, Texas, on 31 Oct. 1990. The Symposium was sponsored by ASTM Committee F-4 on Medical and Surgical Materials and Devices'--Foreword
  • 'ASTM publication code number (PCN) 04-011440-54.'
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  • Debris-mediated osteolysis: a cascade phenomenon involving motion, wear, particulates, macrophage induction, and bone lysis -- Clinical and experimental studies in the biology of aseptic loosening joint arthroplasties and the role of polymer particles -- Histopathological effects of ultrahigh-molecular-weight polyethylene and metal wear debris in porous and cemented surface replacements -- Particulate-associated endosteal osteolysis in titanium-base alloy cementless total hip replacement -- Endosteal osteolysis around well-fixed porous-coated cementless femolar components -- Photon correlation spectroscopy analysis of the submicrometre particulate fraction in human synovial tissues recovered at arthroplasty or revision -- Failure mechanism of a metal-backed patella: an implant retrieval study
  • (cont) Use of profile imaging to assess patellofemoral congruity: implications for assessing patellofemoral wear in total knee arthroplasty -- Histomorphological reaction patterns of the bone to diverse particulate implant materials in man and experimental animals -- Prostaglandin E(sub) 2 synthesis by the tissue surrounding ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene in different physical forms -- Comparison of the biocompatibility of polymethyl methacrylate debris with and without titanium debris: a comparison of two in vivo models -- Biocompatibility of polymethyl methacrylate with and without barium sulfate in the rat subcutaneous air pouch model -- In vitro activation of monocyte macrophages and fibroblasts by metal particles -- In vitro cellular activation by fabricated and clinically retrieved bone cement wear particles
  • (cont) Human plasma adsorption to particulate arthroplastic component materials in vitro -- Correlation between the metal ion concentration and the fretting wear volume of orthopaedic implant metals -- Preparation, characterization, and animal testing for biocompatibility of metal particles of iron-, cobalt-, and titanium-based implant alloys -- Polymer particles in vivo: distribution in the knee, migration to lymph nodes, and associated cellular response following anterior cruciate ligament replacement -- Use of an anticollagenase antibody to study synovial cell interactions with particulate material
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