Biomedical Engineering II: Recent Developments : Proceedings of the Second Southern Biomedical Engineering Conference
C. William Hall
Pergamon Press, 1983 - Medical - 431 pages
Biomedical Engineering II: Recent Developments covers some progress made in biochemical engineering, which have some useful application in dentistry, medical instrumentation, and orthopedics. The book provides a detailed testing and analysis of the use of hydroxylapatite as an effective substance for mandibular augmentation of the atrophic ridge. An in-depth report about the technique called the tendon reroute surgery is also given.
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Long Term Radiographic Evaluation of Hydroxylapatite Augmentation
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