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Title: Development of personalized approach to the reconstruction of bone tissue defects using porous ceramic osteoimplants
Authors: Kulbakin, D. E.
Choinzonov, E. L.
Mukhamedov, M. R.
Buyakov, Ales Sergeevich
Buyakova, Svetlana Petrovna
Kulkov, Sergey Nikolaevich
Keywords: восстановление; дефекты; костные ткани; керамические имплантаты; челюстно-лицевая хирургия; реконструктивная хирургия; керамические материалы; порошковые материалы
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: IOP Publishing
Citation: Development of personalized approach to the reconstruction of bone tissue defects using porous ceramic osteoimplants / D. E. Kulbakin [et al.] // IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. — Bristol : IOP Publishing, 2019. — Vol. 511 : Perspective Materials of Constructional and Medical Purpose : International Scientific and Technical Youth Conference, 26–30 November 2018, Tomsk, Russian Federation : [proceedings]. — [012006, 5 p.].
Abstract: A fundamentally new complex technique for preoperative planning and creation of individual implants from ceramics for the reconstruction of the maxillofacial region is clinically applicable and in demand in modern trends of reconstructive surgery were developed and approved. The developed method implies using of alumina based ceramic material, which meets the requirements for medical materials used in reconstructive surgery. It was shown that by varying the initial composition of the ceramic powder material, it is possible to achieve structural and mechanical affinity with the surrounding bone tissue. Building a 3D model of an osteoimplant on the basis of a computed tomography of the patient avoids the need for additional resection of the bone tissue and ensures complete geometric conformity of the osteoimplant to the prosthetic area. The method was approved by the reconstruction of the patient's skull-orbital complex using a three-dimensional personalized ceramic implant. The complete absence of the inflammatory reaction after surgery was observed.
URI: http://earchive.tpu.ru/handle/11683/55438
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