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Bioceramics : materials and applications IV : proceedings of the Bioceramics Materials and Applications : a symposium to honor Larry Hench : held at the 105th annual meeting of the American Ceramic Society : April 27-30, 2003, in Nashville, Tennessee / edited by Veeraraghavan Sundar, Richard P. Rusin, Calire A. Rutiser.
Westerville, Ohio : American Ceramic Society, 2003.
1 online resource (75 p.)
Ceramics in medicine
Ceramics in surgery
Hench, L. L.
American Ceramic Society. Meeting (105th : 2003 : Nashville, Tenn.)
Bioceramics: Materials and Applications Symposium (2003 : Nashville, Tenn.)
Advanced ceramics ; v. 1.
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Advanced ceramics, 1024-5324 ; v. 1
The main sections/chapters of the book focus on the composition of nine types of bioceramics, other simple oxides and more and the medical applications of these materials in orthopaedics, dentistry and the treatment of cancerous tumors.
"Proceedings of the Bioceramics: Materials and Applications Symposium, held at the 101st Annual Meeting of the American Ceramic Society, Indianapolis, Indiana, April 25-28, 1999"--T.p. verso.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 77-80) and index.
Book Cover; Title; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; HISTORY AND SCOPE OF BIOMATERIALS; HISTORY AND SCOPE OF BIOCERAMICS; PROPERTIES OF BIOMATERIALS; RELATED BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS; Collagen; Dentin; BIOCERAMICS; CLASSIFIED BY COMPOSITION; ZrO2-based Ceramics; Other Simple Oxides; Other Calcium Salts; Silicate Ceramics and Glasses; Glass Ceramics; Ceramic-Matrix Composites; BIOCERAMICS; CLASSIFIED BY APPLICATION; Other Joint Replacement; Defect and Fracture Repair; Dentistry; Traditional Porcelains; Treatment of Cancerous Tumors; Bone Tumor Treatment by Ferromagnetic Heating
BIOMIMETIC MATERIALSAdvanced Ceramics by Biomimetic Processes; Glossary; References; Index
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Bioceramics / James F. Shackelford.