ACCELERATION OF FRACTURE REPAIR BY ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS. A SURGICALLY NONINVASIVE METHOD

@article{Bassett1974ACCELERATIONOF,
  title={ACCELERATION OF FRACTURE REPAIR BY ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS. A SURGICALLY NONINVASIVE METHOD},
  author={C. Andrew L. Bassett and Robert J. Pawluk and Arthur A. Pilla},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={1974},
  volume={238}
}
[Electromagnetic field and osteogenesis].
TLDR
Uzimajuci u obzir studije sa dobrim bioloskim protokolom, preciznom dozimetrijom i definisanim eksperimentnim uslovima, stimulacija osteogeneze EMP ostace aktuelna i u buducnosti.
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