volume 8, issue 6, P399-406 1974
DOI: 10.1002/jbm.820080608
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Abstract: SummaryTeflon implants containing a single cylindrical pore were surgically embedded in the femural bones of rabbits. A total of eight different pore sizes were used for each experimental animal. Their diameters ranged from 274 to 670 pm, with approximately 50 pm intervals between sizes. The amount of bone tissue ingression and it,s spatial distribution was assessed for each pore diameter at weekly intervals over a sixteen-week period by bone labeling with Tetracycline injection. From these data an optimum po…

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