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Concept Osteolysis
Academic Article The biology of alternative bearing surfaces in total joint arthroplasty.
Academic Article The pathology of orthopedic implant failure is mediated by innate immune system cytokines.
Academic Article Biologic effects of implant debris.
Academic Article Loosening and osteolysis associated with metal-on-metal bearings: A local effect of metal hypersensitivity?
Academic Article Spinal implant debris-induced osteolysis.
Academic Article The potential role of the osteoblast in the development of periprosthetic osteolysis: review of in vitro osteoblast responses to wear debris, corrosion products, and cytokines and growth factors.
Academic Article Osteolysis: basic science.
Academic Article The effect of titanium particulate on development and maintenance of a posterolateral spinal arthrodesis: an in vivo rabbit model.
Academic Article The effect of spinal instrumentation particulate wear debris. an in vivo rabbit model and applied clinical study of retrieved instrumentation cases.
Academic Article Anti-oxidation treatment of ultra high molecular weight polyethylene components to decrease periprosthetic osteolysis: evaluation of osteolytic and osteogenic properties of wear debris particles in a murine calvaria model.
Academic Article Antioxidant impregnated ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene wear debris particles display increased bone remodeling and a superior osteogenic:osteolytic profile vs. conventional UHMWPE particles in a murine calvaria model.
Academic Article TLR4 (not TLR2) dominate cognate TLR activity associated with CoCrMo implant particles.
Academic Article CoCrMo alloy vs. UHMWPE Particulate Implant Debris Induces Sex Dependent Aseptic Osteolysis Responses In Vivo using a Murine Model.
Academic Article Metal-induced delayed type hypersensitivity responses potentiate particle induced osteolysis in a sex and age dependent manner.

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