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Angiographic findings of demineralised bone matrix grafts in femoral fracture repair in canines


, : Angiographic findings of demineralised bone matrix grafts in femoral fracture repair in canines. Indian Veterinary Journal 78(6): 498-501

Demineralized bone matrix implants and autogenous cancellous bone grafts were evaluated in femoral fracture repair with bone loss in canines, and compared to untreated animals. Angiograms were taken at 3,6,9 and 12 weeks post-operatively using conray-420 as contrast medium. Early angiograms showed leakage of contrast medium into soft tissue. Grafted groups showed slight hypervascularity and enhanced capillary network.

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