Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, March 26th, 2004
"Eight consecutive patients with severely comminuted proximal or distal tibial metaphyseal fractures were surgically treated with a novel injectable, in situ hardening calcium sulfate material to provide temporary intraoperative structural support until instrumentation was appropriately placed," scientists in the United States report.
"The calcium sulfate bone substitute was also used as a bone void filler to provide an osteoconductive environment following stabilization. Bone regrowth was observed in all patients and, in seven of the...
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