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Source: Distal & proximal ends of long bones, ilium, calcaneus or talus
Cancellous and cortical/cancellous allografts have good osteoconductive properties and are well suited to fill bone structure defects. Due to their natural origin and optimal porosity, they are readily remodeled by the human body and are replaced by new host bone.
Allograft tissue eliminates the need for autogenous grafting and consequently the pain and morbidity associated with this procedure. Whether filling bone defects or performing spinal fusions, using allograft tissue can enhance the patient’s quality of life.
Alternative to Autograft.
Potential complications of iliac crest bone harvesting, such as morbidity, limited supply, and pain, make Cancellous bone an ideal autograft substitute.
Cancellous vs. Cortical Bone.
In many cases, cancellous bone is preferable to cortical bone due to its higher surface area and open porous structure that allows for easy cellular penetration and incorporation.
Common Graft Utilization: Space filling
Features / Benefits: Larger sizes may be stocked upon request
05cc, 10cc, 15cc, 20cc, 30cc, 40cc