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15 May 1981 Action Of Cement Hardening On Artificial Hip Joint Components
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Proceedings Volume 0236, 1980 European Conf on Optical Systems and Applications; (1981) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.959012
Event: 1980 European Conference on Optical Systems and Applications, 1980, Utrecht, Netherlands
Abstract
Artificial acetabular cups loose their original shape and undergo deformations during implantation, caused by the polymerization shrinkage of the bone cement. In laboratory experiments, two acetabula of different material - both common in clinical use - were studied by holographic real-time interferometry during cement hardening. This method picks up characteristic features in the transient behaviour of the form changes. It is shown, that temperature, porosity and shrinkage of the cement has a large influence on the form of a polyethylene acetabulum, whereas there is only little effect on an acetabulum, made of alumina ceramic.
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U. Roder, N. Niess, and W. Plitz "Action Of Cement Hardening On Artificial Hip Joint Components", Proc. SPIE 0236, 1980 European Conf on Optical Systems and Applications, (15 May 1981); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.959012
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