Vitallium


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Vitallium

 [vi-tal´e-um]
trademark for a cobalt-chromium alloy used for dentures and surgical appliances.
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In early 1960s technique Vitallium compression plating was introduced by Luhr et al6 and after that Spiessl et al7 got inspiration from biochemical orthopaedic studies and reported great bone healing by using compression method of mandbiblr stability.
Trochanteric fractures of the femur treated by the Vitallium McLaughlin nail and plate.
attempted to construct a TMJR prosthesis from principles applied to total hip replacement consisting of a vitallium mandibular fossa plate and ramus condyle unit (14).
(3, 4) Various alloplastic materials have also been used including wooden block (Murray Carnochan, 1880), gold foil (Risdon, 1933), tantalum foil (Egners, 1946), Silastic (Robinson, 1968), proplast, Teflon, ticonium, stainless steel, acrylic, vitallium, silicone rubber prosthesis, and total metal joint prostheses.
Two and a half years experience with a vitallium intrmedullary hip prosthesis.
These barriers include celloidin tubes [1], interposition of tunica vaginalis [2], cellophane [35], vitallium [6], fatty tisues, muscle and fascia [7], endothelial cuffs [8], veingrafts [9], stainless steel implants [10], monomolecular cellulose filter tubes [11], gastroecnemius muscle flap [12], stainless steel tubes [11,13], silicone-dacrone reinforced [14], polytetrafluroethylene (PTFE) [15], polyethylene tubes [16], silicone sheath [17], bovine fascia [18] and dacron tube [18].
"The Vitallium implants are an alloy of cobalt and chrome first developed in 1932 and were very new at the time.
Pilliar, "Porous surfaced Vitallium staples.," SouthAfrican Journal of Surgery, vol.
En 1945, Gainsforth y Higley experimentaron por primera vez con alambres y tornillos de vitallium en la rama mandibular de un perro aplicando fuerzas elasticas para distalizar.
Comments made following the speech, "Results from using Vitallium tubes in biliary surgery," read by H.E.
Borlase, 'Treatment for arthroplasty of the hip with vitallium moulds', KT, June (1950), pp.110-13; C.