Healing at the interface between recipient sites and autologous block bone grafts affixed by either position or lag screw methods: a histomorphometric study in rabbits.

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OBJECTIVE To compare the sequential healing at the interface gap occurring between autologous bone grafts and recipient sites using two types of fixation techniques. MATERIAL AND METHODS Twenty-four adult male New Zealand white rabbits were used. Two bone grafts were collected from the calvaria and secured to the lateral aspect of the angle of mandible in… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/clr.13016

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@article{Caneva2017HealingAT, title={Healing at the interface between recipient sites and autologous block bone grafts affixed by either position or lag screw methods: a histomorphometric study in rabbits.}, author={Marco Caneva and Daniele Botticelli and Evandro Neto Carneiro Martins and Martina Caneva and N. Lang and Samuel Porf{\'i}rio Xavier}, journal={Clinical oral implants research}, year={2017}, volume={28 12}, pages={1484-1491} }