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Two tests are reported using a new implantable ceramic in the replacement of the human mandible. Results of these tests have led to certain criteria that should make further application of this material more satisfactory and permit its additional clinical evaluation.
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☆This work was supported in part by Baxter Laboratories, Inc., Morton Grove, Illinois, and the United States Public Health Service Grant CA 08023-01.
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