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Heterogenous and Autogenous-Tendon Transplants: An Experimental Study of Preserved Bovine-Tendon Transplants in Dogs and Autogenogus-Tendon Transplants in Dogs.

Flynn, J. Edward; Wilson, John T.; Child, Charles G. III; Graham, James H.
Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery - American Volume: January 1960
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Young heterogenous bovine tendons preserved in homologous plasma and irradiated, frozen, fetal bovine tendons transplanted in dogs cause reactions which differ only slightly from those associated with autogenous-tendon transplants in dogs. All transplants underwent necrosis but acted as struts, which were replaced by tenoblasts from the stumps of the host.

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Copyright 1960 by The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Incorporated

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