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Effect of irradiation on autogenous bone transplantation in rat parietal bone.
Takekawa M, et al. Histol Histopathol 2000. PMID 10668190
To determine the appropriate time for bone reconstruction after irradiation, the healing process after autogenous iliac bone transplantation in the irradiated parietal bone was examined by scanning electron microscopy and light microscopy. ...These inhibitions were still seen two weeks after transplantation. Four weeks after transplantation, there were no differences in the bone formation among the experimental groups. ...
To determine the appropriate time for bone reconstruction after irradiation, the healing process after autogenous iliac bone
Composite vascularized skin/bone graft model: a viable source for vascularized bone marrow transplantation.
Siemionow M, et al. Microsurgery 2004. PMID 15160378
In this study, we introduce a new model for vascularized skin and bone marrow transplantation. Twenty-five Lewis (RT1(1)) rats were studied. ...In the experimental group, 10 isograft transplantations were performed between Lewis rats. Combined groin skin and femoral bone flaps were transplanted based on the femoral artery and vein. ...
In this study, we introduce a new model for vascularized skin and bone marrow transplantation. Twenty-five Lewis (RT1(1)) rats …
Scanning electron microscopic and light microscopic observations on morphological changes of freeze-dried bone implantation in rats: comparison with fresh autogenous bone transplantation.
Matsuda M, et al. Histol Histopathol 1992. PMID 1504459
Bone remodelling after the implantation of freeze-dried autogenous bone in rat parietal bone was compared with fresh autogenous bone transplantation, using a scanning electron and light microscope revealed the time intervals after transplantation/implantation. ...In the fresh bone group, the newly-formed bone filled the spaces between host and the transplanted bones at 2 to 3 weeks after the transplantation: the newly-formed bone fused and melted into the transplanted bone. ...
Bone remodelling after the implantation of freeze-dried autogenous bone in rat parietal bone was compared with fresh au
Biomechanical issues in bone transplantation.
Davy DT. Orthop Clin North Am 1999 - Review. PMID 10471760
Because the biomechanical competence of the graft is a central issue, many research studies of bone grafts include a biomechanical component. ...
Because the biomechanical competence of the graft is a central issue, many research studies of bone grafts include a biomechanical co …
Biology of bone grafts.
Stevenson S. Orthop Clin North Am 1999 - Review. PMID 10471759
The terminology of bone transplantation is complicated by the various histologic types of bone grafts. A graft moved from one site to another within the same individual is an autograft; the corresponding adjective is autologous or autogenous. An allograft (adjective, allogeneic) is tissue transferred between two genetically different individuals of the same species. ...
The terminology of bone transplantation is complicated by the various histologic types of bone grafts. A graft moved fr …
Experimental transplantation of hydroxylapatite-bone composite grafts.
Schliephake H, et al. J Oral Maxillofac Surg 1995. PMID 7799121
PURPOSE: This study was undertaken to determine if autogenous bone can be cultivated in vivo in a porous hydroxylapatite (HA) matrix by ingrowth from underlying bone and if this autogenous HA-bone composite graft can then be transplanted. ...In this region, microangiography demonstrated highly vascularized tissue and limited bone resorption. CONCLUSION: It was concluded that cultivation of mandibular bone in a porous matrix under guided bone regeneration is possible and that this autogenous HA-bone composite graft can be transplanted at a later date....
PURPOSE: This study was undertaken to determine if autogenous bone can be cultivated in vivo in a porous hydroxylapatite (HA) matrix …
Bone grafting for spinal fusion.
Sandhu HS, et al. Orthop Clin North Am 1999 - Review. PMID 10471772
At least 250,000 spinal fusions are performed in the United States each year, nearly all requiring implantation of bone graft material. The preferred technique for most of these operations is the transplantation of structured or morcellized autologous corticocancellous bone from the iliac crest. ...
At least 250,000 spinal fusions are performed in the United States each year, nearly all requiring implantation of bone graft materia …
Cell survival following bone-anterior cruciate ligament-bone allograft transplantation: DNA fingerprints, segregation, and collagen morphological analysis of multiple markers in the canine model.
Goertzen MJ, et al. Arch Orthop Trauma Surg 1998. PMID 9581246
Bone-anterior cruciate ligament-bone allograft transplantation has become recognized as a potential solution to reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). The purpose of this study was to determine the time-dependent fibrocyte donor cell survival rate after cryopreserved bone-ACL-bone allograft transplantation. ...
Bone-anterior cruciate ligament-bone allograft transplantation has become recognized as a potential solution to reconst
Composite autogenous bone and demineralized bone matrices used to repair defects in the parietal bone of rabbits.
Rabie AB, et al. Br J Oral Maxillofac Surg 2000. PMID 11010797
We compared the amount of new bone produced by endochondral and intramembranous autogenous bone grafts in the presence of demineralized bone matrices (DBMs) prepared from intramembranous bone (DBM(IM)) or endochondral bone (DBM(EC)). Thirty-five bone defects were created in the parietal bone of 20 New Zealand White rabbits. In the experimental groups, 5 defects were grafted with endochondral bone, 5 with endochondral bone mixed with DBM(IM)) (EC-DBM(IM)), 5 with intramembranous bone mixed with DBM(IM)(IM-DBM(IM)) and 6 with endochondral bone mixed with DBM(EC)(EC-DBM(EC)). ...
We compared the amount of new bone produced by endochondral and intramembranous autogenous bone grafts in the presence of demi …
A comparative analysis of bone formation induced by human demineralized freeze-dried bone and enamel matrix derivative in rat calvaria critical-size bone defects.
Intini G, et al. J Periodontol 2008. PMID 18597604
The purpose of this study was to compare qualitatively and quantitatively the bone formation induced by DFDBA and EMD to that of a positive control, recombinant human bone morphogenetic protein 2 (rhBMP-2), in the 8-mm rat calvaria critical-size bone defect. ...CONCLUSION: Unlike rhBMP-2, DFDBA and EMD had limited ability to induce bone formation in the rat calvaria critical-size bone defect; therefore, they may not be effective as bone-regenerative therapy for critical-size defects....
The purpose of this study was to compare qualitatively and quantitatively the bone formation induced by DFDBA and EMD to that of a po …
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