volume 9, issue 5, P441-451 1975
DOI: 10.1002/jbm.820090507
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Abstract: Ceramic pelletes (in Al2O3 92% and in calcium aluminate) implanted into the muscles of rabbits for varying periods of time, and samples of similar material, not implanted but mixed with organic substances, have been analyzed by means of thermal differential analysis (TDA). Which hydrated calcium aluminates are formed from implants after contract with the tissue fluid, has been established. It has also been ascertained that the ceramic implants absorb organic substances from the tissue fluid, which, from a firs…

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