Each bone drill has an extremely sharp cutting tip. When engaged to the bone, each revolution of the drill cuts new cancellous material and loads it into the drill body. This material can then be used for fusions, malunions and nonunions of a fracture, bone repair in cases of trauma, infections or tumors, and in revision joint surgeries.
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Original Text by Clifford R. Wheeless, III, MD.