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By T.P. Ruedi, W.M. Murphy

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This offers good fixation in terms of bending and torque, and thus these fractures tend to be more stable, while healing occurs more rapidly. Radiological evaluation is somewhat impeded by more complex 3-D structure of the cancellous bone. The main histological activity seen in fracture healing of cancellous bone occurs at the level of the trabeculae. Healing is—due to the larger surface per volume—more likely to occur faster than in cortical bone. Because vascularization of the cancellous bone is better, necrosis is less likely to occur.

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1990) Reaming versus non-reaming in medullary nailing: interference with cortical circulation of the canine tibia. Arch Orthop Trauma Surg; 109 (6):314–316. M. Perren, L. 3 Induction of tumors? 3 Implants and materials in fracture fixation Stephan M. Perren, Robert Mathys, Ortrun Pohler 1 General requirements In internal fixation, the implant material of choice is still metal, which offers high stiffness and strength, good ductility and is biologically well tolerated. Today’s metal implants are made either of stainless steel or titanium.

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