Particulate Debris from Medical Implants: Mechanisms of Formation and Biological Consequences, Issue 1144

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ASTM International, 1992 - Biological interfaces - 211 pages
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Contents

Overview
2
Clinical and Experimental Studies in the Biology of Aseptic Loosening of Joint
27
Histopathoiogical Effects of UltrahighMolecularWeight Polyethylene and Metal
38
ParticulateAssociated Endosteal Osteolysis in TitaniumBase Alloy Cementless
52
Endosteal Osteolysis Around WellFixed PorousCoated Cementless Femolar
61
Photon Correlation Spectroscopy Analysis of the Submicrometre Particulate
68
An Implant Retrieval Study
75
Implications
83
Biocompatibility of Polymethyl Methacrylate With and Without Barium Sulfate
127
In Vitro Activation of Monocyte Macrophages and Fibroblasts by Metal Particles
136
In Vitro Cellular Activation by Fabricated and Clinically Retrieved Bone Cement
143
Human Plasma Adsorption to Particulate Arthroplastic Component Materials
150
Correlation Between the Metal Ion Concentration and the Fretting Wear Volume
160
Preparation Characterization and Animal Testing for Biocompatibility of Metal
177
Distribution in the Knee Migration to Lymph Nodes
189
Use of an Anticollagenase Antibody to Study Synovial Cell Interactions with
200

Histomorphological Reaction Patterns of the Bone to Diverse Particulate Implant
90
Prostaglandin E2 Synthesis by the Tissue Surrounding Ultrahigh Molecular Weight
111
A Comparison of the Biocompatibility of Polymethyl Methacrylate Debris With
118

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