Accession Number : ADA291094
Title : The Effect of Cementation and Autogenous Bone Grafting on Allograft Union and Incorporation.
Descriptive Note : Interim performance rept. 1 Oct 94-31 Jan 95,
Corporate Author : WISCONSIN UNIV-MADISON
Personal Author(s) : Markel, Mark D.
PDF Url : ADA291094
Report Date : 31 JAN 1995
Pagination or Media Count : 4
Abstract : Phase I: In vitro evaluation of allograft/host bone constructs. Status: Active. Cadaver bones have been collected and stored for subsequent testing with the custom designed nails. Phase II: In vivo study - effects of cementation and cancellous graft. Immunologic mismatching and base line values for dogs (radiographs, bone mineral density, and force plate analysis). Status: Active. On schedule. Accomplishments: (i) The original 32 dogs have been immunologically mismatched. We found 26% of the donor-recipient dog combinations evaluated were immunologically similar. While necessitating multiple combinations be evaluated, successful mismatches were obtained for all dogs in the study. (ii) Radiographic, bone mineral density, and force plate base line evaluation has been completed on all dogs. pg 1. jmd
Descriptors : *IN VITRO ANALYSIS, *IN VIVO ANALYSIS, *HOSTS(BIOLOGY), TEST AND EVALUATION, DENSITY, BASE LINES, VALUE, MINERALS, TRANSPLANTATION, DOGS, BONES, SKIN GRAFTS, CADAVERS, SURGICAL TRANSPLANTATION.
Subject Categories : Anatomy and Physiology
Medicine and Medical Research
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE