Direct bone-metal contact is considered the ideal condition in order to obtain stability of orthopaedic non cemented implants. To acheive this result various implant shapes and surfaces were proposed.

Quantitative evaluation of the bone-metal interface in implants with two different surface roughnesses: an experimental study in rabbits.

ZATTI, GIOVANNI;CHERUBINO, PAOLO;
1997

Abstract

Direct bone-metal contact is considered the ideal condition in order to obtain stability of orthopaedic non cemented implants. To acheive this result various implant shapes and surfaces were proposed.
Zatti, Giovanni; L., Andrini; Cherubino, Paolo; A. D., Nucci
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