What is osseointegration in macroscopic biomechanical, Biology

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Q. What is Osseointegration in macroscopic biomechanical?

A fixture is osseointegrated if there is no progressive relative motion between the fixture and surrounding living bone marrow under functional levels and types of loading for the entire life of the patient and exhibits deformation of the same order of magnitudes as when the same loads are applied directly to the bone.


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