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Failure of miniplate osteosynthesis for the management of atrophic mandibular fracture
Fractures of the severely atrophic (<10 mm) edentulous mandible are not common, and these fractures with a vertical height of 10 mm or less have long been recognized as being particularly problematic. Although there are ...
Treatment of Atrophic Mandibular Fractures with the Pencilboneplate: Report of 2 Cases
The incidence of fractures of the atrophic edentulous mandible is still low, even with the increasing life expectancy. The reduced blood supply of the sclerotic bone, the diminished contact area between bone ...
In vitro resistance of titanium and resorbable (poly L-CO-DL lactic acid) osteosynthesis in mandibular body fracture
(Churchill LivingstoneEdinburghEscócia, 2014)
Morphometric Study of Mandibular Ramus Related to Sagittal Ramus Split Osteotomy and Osteosynthesis
(Lippincott Williams & WilkinsPhiladelphiaEUA, 2012)
Is MIPO in humeral shaft fractures really safe? Postoperative ultrasonographic evaluation
(SpringerNew YorkEUA, 2009)
Rigid internal fixation with titanium versus bioresorbable miniplates in the repair of mandibular fractures in rabbits
The purpose of this study was to compare by qualitative histology the efficacy of rigid internal fixation with titanium system and the Lacto Sorb® system in mandibular fractures in rabbits. Thirty male adult rabbits ...