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Clinical Reviews in Bone and Mineral Metabolism

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03.08.2021 | Review Paper Open Access

Effect of Oxidative Stress on Bone Remodeling in Periprosthetic Osteolysis

The success of implant performance and arthroplasty is based on several factors, including oxidative stress-induced osteolysis. Oxidative stress is a key factor of the inflammatory response. Implant biomaterials can release wear particles which …

31.07.2021 | Review Paper

Making Sense of the Highly Variable Effects of Alcohol on Bone

Alcohol consumption is often reported to influence bone health in a dose-dependent manner where moderate alcohol intake is deemed beneficial and heavy drinking detrimental. However, this relationship may not be valid for individual alcohol …

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