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Bioperformance of injectable inorganic cements as bone substitutes
In trauma and orthopaedic surgery, bone loss has been a problem that surgeons had to fight with from the beginning of operative treatment. Bone loss can occur from several reasons like comminuted intra-articular fractures, tumour resection, or disturbed balance. These lacking parts of bone often leave the surgeon with functional deficiencies and the void has to be filled with other materials. Besides the autologous transplant, many naturally derived or synthetically produced materials have beendoi:10.3929/ethz-a-004844372 fatcat:upwua4g3krhljagwic4akt2ydy