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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Histometric analyses of cancellous and cortical interface in autogenous bone grafting
Author: Netto, HD
Olate, S
Kluppel, L
do Carmo, AMR
Vasquez, B
Albergaria-Barbosa, J
Abstract: Surgical procedures involving the rehabilitation of the maxillofacial region frequently require bone grafts; the aim of this research was to evaluate the interface between recipient and graft with cortical or cancellous contact. 6 adult beagle dogs with 15 kg weight were included in the study. Under general anesthesia, an 8 mm diameter block was obtained from parietal bone of each animal and was put on the frontal bone with a 12 mm 1.5 screws. Was used the lag screw technique from better contact between the recipient and graft. 3-week and 6-week euthanized period were chosen for histometric evaluation. Hematoxylin-eosin was used in a histologic routine technique and histomorphometry was realized with IMAGEJ software. T test was used for data analyses with p<0.05 for statistical significance. The result show some differences in descriptive histology but non statistical differences in the interface between cortical or cancellous bone at 3 or 6 week; as natural, after 6 week of surgery, bone integration was better and statistically superior to 3-week analyses. We conclude that integration of cortical or cancellous bone can be usefully without differences.
Subject: Bone defects
bone grafting
animal study
Country: EUA
Editor: E-century Publishing Corp
Citation: International Journal Of Clinical And Experimental Pathology. E-century Publishing Corp, v. 6, n. 8, n. 1532, n. 1537, 2013.
Rights: aberto
Date Issue: 2013
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