Grafts, Bone, Synthetic

Definition : Bone grafts produced artificially (i.e., using synthetic materials) for replacement of a diseased or injured bone. These grafts consist mainly of porous and mesh ceramic materials that provide a framework for bone growth. Or they may consist of harvested sea coral (mainly hydroxyapatite) that works as an additive, extender, or framework for bone growth. Synthetic bone grafts are used for reconstructive and/or plastic surgery to increase body mass and provide mechanical support; they may also provide a framework for bone growth.

UMDC code : 16966

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