Trabecular Titanium

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Basic Trabecular Titanium Training Quiz on Trabecular Titanium , created by Rob Latimore on 06/28/2016.

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Question 1

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An interconnected porosity is necessary for vascularization and tissue in-growth. What is the relative porosity of Trabecular Titanium
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  • 50%
  • 65%
  • 80%

Question 2

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Appropriate pore size needs to be achieved to maximize biological fixation. What is the average pore diameter for Trabecular Titanium Acetabular Shells
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  • 640 microns ±110
  • 1240 microns ±110
  • 800 microns ±110

Question 3

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Appropriate pore size needs to be achieved to maximize biological fixation. What is the average pore diameter for Trabecular Titanium Acetabular Augments
Answer
  • 640 microns ±110
  • 1240 microns ±110
  • 800 microns ±110

Question 4

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TT augments have a higher pore size than TT Shells, why is this
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  • Increased porosity enables a faster ongrowth of bone growth in revisions scenarios
  • Increased porosity ensures full bone growth through the pores onto the acetabular shell
  • Increased porosity is required to enable the post processing removal of residual titanium powder

Question 5

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Which of the following is correct when describing the 3D structure of TT
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  • Alveolar structure
  • 3D complex shape hexagonal cells
  • Diamond crystal structure

Question 6

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The capacity of a material or structure to withstand loads tending to reduce size is referred to as it...
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  • Tensile Strength
  • Compressive Strength
  • Adhesion Strenght

Question 7

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What term is used to describe a substance’s resistance to being deformed elastically i.e., non-permanently) when a force is applied to it
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  • Modulus of Elasticity
  • Adhesion Strength
  • Compression Strength

Question 8

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What is the term used to describe the strength of the adhesion between the material surface and its concrete substrate.
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  • Adhesion Strength
  • Frictional Resistance
  • Compression Strength

Question 9

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How would you describe a force resisting the relative motion of solid surfaces sliding against each other.
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  • Adhesion Strength
  • Compression Strength
  • Friction

Question 10

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Osteoconduction describes
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  • Primitive cells are stimulated to develop into bone-forming cells
  • Stimulation of bone growth on a scaffold surface
  • Anchorage of an implant to the bone which leads to secondary stability

Question 11

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Bone ingrowth is best described as...
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  • Anchorage of an implant to the bone which leads to secondary stability
  • Stimulation of bone growth on a scaffold surface
  • Primitive cells are stimulated to develop into bone-forming cells

Question 12

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Osteoconductivity is best described as...
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  • Primitive cells are stimulated to develop into bone-forming cells
  • Stimulation of bone growth on a scaffold surface
  • Anchorage of an implant to the bone which leads to secondary stability

Question 13

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Trabecular Titanium is a modern 3D coating that enable bone ongrowth
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  • True
  • False

Question 14

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Trabecular Titanium is not a coating, it is a monolithic materials produced by a one step manufacturing process
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 15

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What are advantages of the TT one step manufacturing process
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  • No risk of coating delamination
  • Intricate shapes can be manufactured
  • Consistent material properties via the EBM process