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For many years orthopedic implants were developed for patients with good bone stock. Recently it has become clear that these implants have a decreased performance when implanted in bone with low density, such as in osteoporosis. Reduced performance in osteoporotic bone is not unexpected because of the reduced quality of the peri-implant bone and the reduced bone-implant contact area. Nevertheless, the precise failure mechanisms are not well understood. Although experimental testing ispmid:20665437 fatcat:m22qodyy2vdircf7nzlisojjtu