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Implant materials used for internal fixation must conform to certain basic requirements, obvious amongst which reliable function and minimal side effects are similarly important. Less evident is the need for appropriate handling qualities. The selection of material properties and implant design must respond to several often conflicting requirements, which will be used as guidelines as the different implants are discussed. Our discussion is intended to offer a logical basis for proper selection of materials rather than to provide detailed technical and biological knowledge.
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21 Fixators are very well suited for compression fixation in metaphyseal bone. 4 Bone healing under absolute stability Bone healing is different for cortical and cancellous bone. The basic elements correspond qualitatively, but the volume to surface ratio being very different, the speed and reliability of healing are generally better in cancellous bone. Diaphyseal fractures Fig. 2-13: Implant functioning as a buttress. The buttress function of the PFN (proximal femoral nail) provides support to the bone mainly by maintaining the original shape of the bone where the latter is not able to provide resistance to axial load.