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Demineralized Allografts is tissue harvested from one individual and implanted into another of the same species. In a search for an adequate substitute for autogenous bone, cadaveric allograft has been a viable option. Structural and morselized forms are available and prepared as either freshfrozen or freezedried. These grafts provide a structural framework or scaffold for host tissue to grow, hence making allograft osteoconductive. Conversely, its osteoinductive properties are mediocre at best. Upon implantation, the host is expected to experience an intricate immune response. Freezing or freezedrying the allograft is crucial in minimizing this reaction; however, the fundamental properties of the material may be altered.
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