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Fig. 3 | Head & Face Medicine

Fig. 3

From: Novel use of cranial epidural space in rabbits as an animal model to investigate bone volume augmentation potential of different bone graft substitutes

Fig. 3

Higher magnification images that show the difference between BCP and β-TCP about new bone formation and osteointegration. In images a and b, different samples show β-TCP reabsorption and new bone deposit among persistent particles (white arrows). Images c (BS-SEM) and d (histology stain with toluidine blue) show BCP rounded and integrated by bone tissue (black arrows). Note in image d the osteocytic cells orientation that follows the particle surface form. a and c, images obtained by BS-SEM; b and d, histology samples stained with toluidine blue

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