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Graft

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KEY WORDS: Iliac crest, Autogenous bone graft, Myosits ossificans, Donor site, Chronic pain.
Multiple surgeons had refused operation due to the poor tissue quality and the patient's insistence on avoiding autogenous bone graft.
However, the use of autogenous bone grafts in sinus augmentation is considered the best choice to obtain bone regeneration [7, 8].
(3.) Gadzag A, Lane J, Glasser D, Forster R: Alternatives to autogenous bone graft. J Am Acad Orthop Surg 3:1-8, 1995.
The autogenous bone graft group with electrical stimulation presented a more advanced stage of bone regeneration, indicating a possible positive response.
Autogenous bone grafts and hydroxyapatite crystals were used to fill up the dead space created after enucleation.
Effect of platelet-rich plasma with autogenous bone graft for maxillary sinus augmentation in a rabbit model.
The present study suggests that the use of the [beta]-TCP and PRF mixture can reduce long time needed for new bone formation, as well as the morbidity risk related to harvesting autogenous bone graft. This result seems to indicate that a higher percentage of new bone formation occurs in the side where PRF was used because no resorption of graft material is required and the morphological assessment on CT scans has shown that [beta]-TCP with PRF is superior to [beta]-TCP alone.
The Camber Spine ENZA-A Titanium ALIF is indicated for use with autogenous bone graft in patients with degenerative disc disease (DDD) at one or two contiguous levels from L2 to S1 as well as with additional US FDA-cleared supplementary fixation systems via a laparoscopic or an open anterior approach.
Leighton, "Comparison of autogenous bone graft and endothermic calcium phosphate cement for defect augmentation in tibial plateau fractures.
Berrone, "Autogenous bone graft alone or associated with titanium mesh for vertical alveolar ridge augmentation: a controlled clinical trial," Clinical Oral Implants Research, vol.