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New bone formation was absent at the implant site as per fig 4.
When the surgical team was satisfied with the implant sites, a virtual block was created to overlap the implants and the skull surface.
The macrophages found in the fibrous capsule surrounding the implant site itself is an indication of cell mediated degradation of the PU.
Histologic examination was routinely performed on the implant sites, the draining lymph nodes, implant site neoplasms, gross lesions that were potential neoplasms, and the kidneys, urinary bladder, prostate, seminal vesicles, testicles, epididymus, spleen, muscle, liver, and lungs.
The Portico device is the only approved transcatheter valve that can be completely resheathed (the process of bringing the valve back into the delivery catheter), repositioned at the implant site or retrieved before it is released from the delivery system.
The Portico valve is the first fully repositionable transcatheter valve-allowing the physician to accurately place the valve at the implant site, via a catheter, or retrieve it before the valve is fully deployed and released from the delivery system.
Two devices had to be removed: one for a sensor malfunction and one because of an infection at the implant site.
Once the implant site has healed, it can be restored using porcelain crowns, a dental bridge or denture.
These potential risks and complications with products used to treat hammertoes include infection at the incision site, pain, inflammation and swelling at implant site, allergic reaction to implant material(s), loosening or dislocation of implant resulting in revision surgery, deterioration or loss of bone, over-production of bone, blood vessel blockage, and negative bodily response due to implant rejection and/or implant wear debris.
The most frequent adverse events reported were implant site infection and premature battery depletion.
It was designed to help increase physician control and placement accuracy during valve deployment, and can be repositioned at the implant site or retrieved before it is released from the delivery system - an advancement over earlier generations of valves.
In addition, the plates have been designed with large graft windows to allow for improved fusion at the implant site and the endplates incorporate strategically-positioned spikes which engage the boney endplate to minimize migration while in-situ.