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Bone (Artificial)6839Knochen (Ersatzstoffe)

Bone (Artificial)

Bone (Regeneration)

Finite element analysis

Regeneration of tissues and other biologic structures

Spine and spinal cord (Surgery)

2006  
1
Imaging characteristics of bone graft materials.
[16549604] Radiographics 26(2): 373-88 (2006)
2004  
2
Medical devices of the head, neck, and spine.
[14730051] Radiographics 24(1): 257-85 (2004)
2008  
3
Porous NiTi for bone implants: a review.
[18348912] Acta Biomater 4(4): 773-82 (2008)
2011  
4
Adhesion, growth and differentiation of osteoblasts on surface-modified materials developed for bone implants.
[21401307] Physiol Res 60(3): 403-17 (2011)
2010  
5
Bioactive ceramic-reinforced composites for bone augmentation.
[20591846] J R Soc Interface 7 Suppl 5(-): S541-57 (2010)
2010  
6
Biomimetic coatings for bone tissue engineering of critical-sized defects.
[20484228] J R Soc Interface 7 Suppl 5(-): S631-47 (2010)
2009  
7
An update on bone substitutes for spinal fusion.
[19280232] Eur Spine J 18(6): 783-99 (2009)
2011  
8
Finite element method (FEM), mechanobiology and biomimetic scaffolds in bone tissue engineering.
[21278921] Int J Biol Sci 7(1): 112-32 (2011)
2005  
9
Basic reactions of osteoblasts on structured material surfaces.
[15852237] Eur Cell Mater 9(-): 39-49 (2005)

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