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  • Effects of various anchoring components and loading conditions on primary stability of acetabular revision implant. [Journal Article]
  • HIHip Int 2016 Oct 15; :0
  • Voigt C, Schaller A, … Scholz R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Common orthopaedic practice, to use peg or screw fixation alternatively according to bone availability or other clinical aspects, can be confirmed. The short peg may be a good alternative to the long peg with regard to the preservation of bone stock. However, the current study implies that the extent of potential osseointegration depends less on the chosen anchorage strategy but strongly on postoperative loading conditions. Total hip patients should be instructed on adequate postoperative activities.
  • Biomechanics of Failed Pulmonary Autografts Compared to Native Aortic Roots. [Journal Article]
  • ATAnn Thorac Surg 2016 Oct 17
  • Mookhoek A, Krishnan K, … Tseng EE
  • CONCLUSIONS: Failed pulmonary autografts retained a nonlinear response to mechanical loading typical of healthy arterial tissue. Despite similar wall thickness between autografts and aorta, autograft stiffness in this patient population was significantly reduced compared with native aortic roots. We demonstrated that biomechanical remodeling was inadequate in these specimens to achieve native aortic mechanical properties, which may have resulted in progressive autograft root dilatation.
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