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Pro Osteon 500R Bone Graft Substitute

Description: Pro Osteon 500R sterile blocks offer an interconnected porosity similar to human cancellous bone. The porous implants serve as a matrix for new bone ingrowth with healing time comparable to autogenous bone grafts. Since bone graft harvesting is not required, patients are not subjected to the trauma...
Company:Biomet, Inc.

Pro Osteon 200R Bone Graft Substitute

Description: Pro Osteon 200R is a resorbable, osteoconductive matrix consisting of hydroxyapatite and calcium carbonate. Originally cleared for use in oral maxillofacial procedures as a very slow resorbing material, the faster-resorbing Pro Osteon 200R has been FDA indicated as a bone graft substitute that reso...
Company:Biomet, Inc.

Pro Osteon Bone Graft Substitutes

Description: Pro Osteon Bone Graft Substitutes a natural alternative to autografts. Surgeons can utilize allografts from cadaver bone, but such grafts may introduce the risk of immune response and disease transmission. Interpore Cross has developed the Pro Osteon family of bone graft products to address these n...
Company:Interpore Cross International, Inc.
Osteon in Biological Dictionary

Haversian canal

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