Bone Matrix Implants, Biological

Definition : Bone matrix implants consisting of biological materials that can provide osteoconductive bone tissue scaffolds. These implants may be obtained from donor sites of the same person (i.e., autograft), from other individuals (i.e., allograft, typically from cadavers), or, less frequently, from animals (i.e., xenografts). Biological bone matrix implants are used to fill cystic defects and to repair bone fractures and in other orthopedic reconstructive and cosmetic procedures.

UMDC code : 17756

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