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Study of the bones tissue reparation using nanostructured titanium implants with hydroxylapatite coatings by scanning electron microscopy

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A method of medical implants (biocomposites) preparation based on nanostructured titanium with nanocrystalline bioactive hydroxylapatite coatings is developed. The operative treatment using these implants improves the regeneration of bone tissue for rats, as compared to the “false-operated” animals. The morphological data at 7, 14, 21, 45 days are obtained by means of scanning electron microscopy and discussed.

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Pavlova, T. , Zaitsev, S. , Pavlova, L. and Kolesnikov, D. (2010) Study of the bones tissue reparation using nanostructured titanium implants with hydroxylapatite coatings by scanning electron microscopy. Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering, 3, 807-810. doi: 10.4236/jbise.2010.38107.

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