Nov 212018

The goal of this special issue is to provide material scientists and orthopedic surgeons with an appreciation of the fundamental aspects of orthopedic biomaterials from the point of view of materials science and elaborate on clinical applications of these materials in orthopedic surgery.



Chapter 1: Current Strategies and Advanced Biomaterials for Bone Repair and Regeneration

Advanced Microstructural Characterizations of Some Biomaterials and Scaffolds for Regenerative Orthopaedics
Magnetic Nanoparticles Inclusion into Scaffolds Based on Calcium Phosphates and Biopolymers for Bone Regeneration
Current Strategies and Advances Materials for the Treatment of Injured Meniscus
Acrylic Bone Cements: New Insight and Future Perspective
Results of In Vivo Biological Tests Performed on a Mg-0.8Ca Alloy
Fractographic Evaluation of the Metallic Materials for Medical Applications

Chapter 2: Evaluation of the Clinical Performance of Different Options and Methods of Orthopedic Treatment and Implantation

Metallosis – Literature Review and Particular Cases Presentation
Use of Collagen Scaffolds in Conjunction with NPWT for the Care of Complex Wounds: Clinical Report
Bioabsorbable Anchors for Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruction
The Use of the Ligament Augmentation and Reconstruction System (LARS) in Clinical Practice
Functional Outcomes after Surgical Treatment of Hand Fractures – ORIF vs. CRIF Analysis
Short Term Behaviour of Fixed-Loop Cortical Suspension System Used for Surgical Treatment of Hallux valgus
Advantages of Modular Radial Head Prosthesis Use in Highly Comminuted Fractures



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