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Jörg Schilcher


Broken bones almost always heal, and joint replacements integrate into the underlying bone. But what happens if they don't, and why? The PRIO group aims to understand the mechanisms behind healing disruptions to be able to prevent them in the future.



Jörg Schilcher, Alva Nilsson, Oliver Andlid, Anders Eklund (2024) Fusion of electronic health records and radiographic images for a multimodal deep learning prediction model of atypical femur fractures Computers in Biology and Medicine, Vol. 168, Article 107704 Continue to DOI


Mischa Woisetschläger, Ronald Booij, Erik Tesselaar, Edwin H. G. Oei, Jörg Schilcher (2023) Improved visualization of the bone-implant interface and osseointegration in ex vivo acetabular cup implants using photon-counting detector CT EUROPEAN RADIOLOGY EXPERIMENTAL, Vol. 7, Article 19 Continue to DOI
Mattias Rönnerfalk, Lotta Velin, Lars Palm, Andreas Meunier, Jörg Schilcher (2023) Autologous Bone Graft From the Ipsilateral Distal Femur in Tibial Condyle Fractures Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma, Vol. 37, p. E377-E381 Continue to DOI


Abraham Nilsson, Anna Maria Nerhall, Ivan Vechetti, Lotta Fornander, Simon Wiklund, Björn Alkner, Jörg Schilcher, Ferdinand von Walden (2022) A prophylactic subcutaneous dose of the anticoagulant tinzaparin does not influence qPCR-based assessment of circulating levels of miRNA in humans PLOS ONE, Vol. 17, Article e0277008 Continue to DOI
Cornelia Bratengeier, Astrid D. Bakker, Aneta Liszka, Jörg Schilcher, Anna Fahlgren (2022) The release of osteoclast-stimulating factors on supraphysiological loading by osteoprogenitors coincides with expression of genes associated with inflammation and cytoskeletal arrangement Scientific Reports, Vol. 12, Article 21578 Continue to DOI

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