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Year : 1980  |  Volume : 14  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 51-61

Comparative Study Of Bone Formation By Allogenic Decalcified Bone Matrix And By Plaster Of Paris In Osteo-Peropsteal Gaps

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S. V Sharma

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Bridging of osseous defects and filling of osseous cavities is a well known operative procedure in orthopaedic surgery. Wide ranging substances have been used for this purpose, with variable success rates. Autologous bone, however, is universally accepted as the most effective osseous graft material (Wilson and Lance 1965, Caroll 1966, Parrish 1966, Pintilie et al. 1966, Tuli 1972). Implants of bone, decalcified by 0.6 M HCL are reported to have an appreciable bone forming potential (Van de putte and Urist 1966, Urist et al. 1968, Chalmes, Gray and Rush 1975, Tuli and Singh 1978, Tuli and Chaudhury 1979). Peltier (1961), Mukopadhya and Mehta (1957), and Sachdev and Sharma (1976) reported osteogenesis with plaster of Paris also. The present experimental study was therefore, undertaken to compare the osteo-inductive property, each of decalcified bone matrix and plaster of Paris.

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