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The Endolign composite is for use in load bearing medical device applications requiring blood, bone, or tissue contact of more than 30 days. The mechanical properties of processed Endolign composite products may be comparable to those of traditionally used metallic materials, such as cobalt chromium alloys, titanium alloys, and stainless steel, with the added benefit that the Endolign material offers superior imaging compatibility. Because it is radiolucent, Endolign enables clear visualization through imaging techniques such as x-ray and CT and being non-metallic, the material is compatible with MRI.

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