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Radiography Study of Iron-Based Foreign Body Material Degradation at Different Implantation Site in Mice
Advanced Materials Research
Foreign body materials enter human body through ingestion, insertion, or deposited by injury and may migrate from the entry site causing inflammation, abscess formation or undergo distant embolization. The aim of this study was to observe the degradation process of iron-based foreign body materials in different site of implantation through radiography approach. Forty two adult male ddy mice were used and iron-based implants were inserted into nape area, subcutaneously and into right femoraldoi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/amr.1112.466 fatcat:fjiwcmlvmnappfiqhr4bsbd324