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Fig. 5A–C

Fig. 5A–C. From: Does Using Autograft Bone Chips Achieve Consistent Bone Ingrowth in Primary TKA?.

High-resolution contact radiographs of the (A) femur, (B) tibia, and (C) patella show the regions used for reporting osteolysis (Table 4).

Roy D. Bloebaum, et al. Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2012 July;470(7):1869-1878.
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Fig. 1A–C

Fig. 1A–C. From: Does Using Autograft Bone Chips Achieve Consistent Bone Ingrowth in Primary TKA?.

Gross photographs show (A) the patellar component, (B) tibial component with its asymmetrical design, and (C) femoral component of the Natural-Knee® System and porous-coated surfaces.

Roy D. Bloebaum, et al. Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2012 July;470(7):1869-1878.
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Fig. 4A–B

Fig. 4A–B. From: Does Using Autograft Bone Chips Achieve Consistent Bone Ingrowth in Primary TKA?.

(A) A gross radiograph and (B) high-resolution contact radiograph from the same specimen show projection effects inherent with gross radiography, making detailed regional observations difficult but showing the superior detail with high-resolution contact radiographs.

Roy D. Bloebaum, et al. Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2012 July;470(7):1869-1878.
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Fig. 3A–C

Fig. 3A–C. From: Does Using Autograft Bone Chips Achieve Consistent Bone Ingrowth in Primary TKA?.

BSE images illustrate the three regions used for analysis of bone ingrowth: (A) porous-coated region, (B) periprosthetic region, and (C) host bone region (original magnification, ×40). The periprosthetic interface region was in direct apposition to the porous-coated interface, whereas the host bone was 3 mm from the porous-coated interface.

Roy D. Bloebaum, et al. Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2012 July;470(7):1869-1878.
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Fig. 6A–F

Fig. 6A–F. From: Does Using Autograft Bone Chips Achieve Consistent Bone Ingrowth in Primary TKA?.

Graphs show (A, C, E) the mean bone percent in each region (porous-coated ingrowth [PC], periprosthetic interface [PP], and host bone [HB]) and (B, D, F) the mean ABI data as they vary over time of implantation for each of the components: (A, B) patella, (C, D) tibia, and (E, F) femur.

Roy D. Bloebaum, et al. Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2012 July;470(7):1869-1878.
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Fig. 2

Fig. 2. From: Does Using Autograft Bone Chips Achieve Consistent Bone Ingrowth in Primary TKA?.

The image shows high-resolution contact radiographs of 3-mm-thick sections from the right patella of one of the donors used to measure the ABI. This patellar implant had been in situ for 84 months and had a high percentage of bone in apposition to the porous-coated interface (original magnification, ×1).

Roy D. Bloebaum, et al. Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2012 July;470(7):1869-1878.
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Fig. 7A–D

Fig. 7A–D. From: Does Using Autograft Bone Chips Achieve Consistent Bone Ingrowth in Primary TKA?.

(A, C) Full-sized and (B, D) detailed gross images taken from the bilateral patellas of Donor 12 show differences in wear patterns in the patellas of the same patient. (A, B) The left patella was implanted for 238 months (> 19 years) and showed extensive delamination of the surface with edge damage. (C, D) The right patella was implanted for 239 months and showed extensive metal back edge wear with metallosis.

Roy D. Bloebaum, et al. Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2012 July;470(7):1869-1878.

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