A biomechanical comparison between original and used titanium miniplates

Tuncer, N
Demiralp, AS
Guven, O
Keskin, A
Bor, S
Four dogs were chosen for this study, An experimental fracture was made in the mandibular symphysis region of each dog. Two miniplates and eight screws mere applied, and removed three and six months postoperatively.


TELLI, C; GULKAN, P; Günel, Mehmet Halis (Wiley, 1994-02-01)
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Biomechanical analysis of the rigid fixation of zygoma fractures: An experimental study
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In this experimental study, the goal was to test the sufficiency of actual fixation plates in zygomatic complex fractures and the efficiency of a modified plate at the zygomaticofrontal suture in a suitable model, which was designed for biomechanical study. To address this issue, a zygomatic fracture model produced by using a cadaveric cranium was simulated and the fractures were fixed by the actual and modified fixation materials. The force simulating masseter muscle pull was applied with the Lloyd materia...
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N. Tuncer, A. Demiralp, O. Guven, A. Keskin, and S. Bor, “A biomechanical comparison between original and used titanium miniplates,” JOURNAL OF CRANIO-MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY, pp. 58–61, 1996, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/68202.