void metal composite

void met·al com·pos·ite (VMC),

(voyd met'ăl kŏm-poz'it),
A porous metal structure that enables tissue growth within the openings to establish long-term attachment between prosthesis and tissue.
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The process, called void metal composite forming, creates tiny channels or "voids" in the surfaces of the implants.