Intraosseous conduit-induced enhancement of ingrowth of blood vessels into the necrotic femoral head of rats

@article{Norman2004IntraosseousCE,
  title={Intraosseous conduit-induced enhancement of ingrowth of blood vessels into the necrotic femoral head of rats},
  author={Doron Norman and Ines Misselevich and Eli Peled and Sinasi Salman and Jochanan H. Boss and Chaim Zinman},
  journal={Journal of Orthopaedics and Traumatology},
  year={2004},
  volume={5},
  pages={26-33}
}
Following severance of the blood supply to the left femoral head of 6-month-old rats by incising the periosteum of the neck and cutting the ligamentum teres, a 21-gauge needle, inserted into the foveola, was pushed forward in the direction of the neck up to the opposite cortical bone. Femora were obtained for histological examination on postoperative days 32 and 42, from 22 and 12 rats, respectively. The right femoral heads were normal. In addition to the usual reparative and regressive changes… CONTINUE READING

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