dynamisation

the mechanical load transferred across a fracture locus can be increased, at a certain healing stage, in order to enhance bone formation, or to promote “maturation” of the healing tissues. An example would be the reduction in stiffness of an external fixation, either by loosening some clamps, reducing the number of pins, or moving the tubular con...
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Dynamisation

The mechanical load transferred across a fracture locus can be increased, at a certain healing stage, in order to enhance bone formation, or to promote 'maturation' of the healing tissues. An example would be the reduction in stiffness of an external fixation, either by loosening some clamps, reducing the number of pins, or moving the tubular const...
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20605
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